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Old 09-02-2007, 11:28 PM   #1
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Default Flash 6 (or 7 video) player hogs the bandwidth. : (

I'm using Flash 6 video player.
There's no reason for me to use any higher.

I have a serious problem though.

It hogs ALL the download bandwidth and doesn't let ANY other button presses work.
(I've tried publishing as Flash 7: still same problem.)

For example... I have it on the front page.
One it starts downloading and playing: any other presses on any other button simply doesn't respond.
It only responds when the current video playing has been fully loaded.

Ideally... I want to keep the Flash movie be on the lowest possible player.
I can't see why changing to a higher player would solve the problem.

Or is this just a well known bug?

Thanks.


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