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Old 10-09-2008, 12:08 AM   #31
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it's not my area of expertise... and like I said.... is it possible to replace flash? yes. Is it easy to replace flash? no. There are solutions there but none of them are as easy. java script in at least mozilla can animate svg even though it's not pretty or easy. But that in it self is limited. I was just offering a suggestion to those that don't want to use flash for various reasons... the best thing to do is to quickly close any webpage that contains flash as a major browsing element and to report all problems of the webpage to the web admin as flash problems and not browser problems....


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