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  1. #1
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    Sep 2009
    Des Moines, Iowa
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    I have a simple little interactive flash file (game of sorts) that I've put into it's own webpage selectable from one of my sub-menus.
    The issue I'm having with using this flash file, at least with my own browser (IE7) and it's standard security settings, is that when I access that link to the webpage with the flash file, I get the yellow bar dropping down at the top of my browser ("IE has restricted this webpage from running scripts or active X controls - click her for options") Then I have to right click on that yellow bar, select allow content, then answer yes in pop-up that again warms me about "the content."
    The content is perfectly safe, which I would be willing to certify (if that is something I can do). I would like this content to be displayed to my users, without them having to jump through hoops to get to it OR be nervous about the nature or safety of the content.
    Any work-arounds for this? I don't recall having to perform this function on other websites that are displaying flash content, I just see the flash content.
    Can this be fixed?


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    are you testing this locally, or from your host server?
    because local files will get that reaction out of IE every time... if that's the case just upload it into a testing folder on your server and try it there --- betcha that will fix it.
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