Flash question

I’ve been trying to figure this one out for some time and it never occurred to me to bring it here until just now.

I’ve created a series of animations in Toon Boom for a client to use on their web page in .swf form.

In the past, a single click would do the trick for a .swf on an .html page, but now it seems you must double click, presumably to “focus” the browser on the .swf. Is there some code or other that will make it possible to use a single click rather than a double click? It is possible that several .swf files will appear on the same page.



Try reading this Adobe posting for dealing with the security feature that was added to Internet Explorer that requires you to click twice. It requires adding some code to the HTML page to show that your material is ok to be viewed or some such foolishness.


Hope this helps -JK