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Community Beginner ,
May 31, 2019

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Animate versions 19.2.1

In certain browsers flash swf plays choppy and seems to drop frames. 

Also in certain browsers (certain OS perhaps??) portions of my scrollable content are cut off.

Manos de Angel

Hi John

I've tried your Animate SWF content in two browsers (Firefox, Chrome) and I can't see any of your ill effects you are describing (choppy, drop frames and so on).

In general terms: You should re-orientate from SWF to HTML5. Maybe use tools like Adobe Dreamweaver if that helps. Why are you building a website as "Flash SWF" when the support for Flash Player is running out in less than a year. This is a deadend road. Your content could be so easily build with contemporary means.

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Choppy playback/content lopped off

Community Beginner ,
May 31, 2019

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Animate versions 19.2.1

In certain browsers flash swf plays choppy and seems to drop frames. 

Also in certain browsers (certain OS perhaps??) portions of my scrollable content are cut off.

Manos de Angel

Hi John

I've tried your Animate SWF content in two browsers (Firefox, Chrome) and I can't see any of your ill effects you are describing (choppy, drop frames and so on).

In general terms: You should re-orientate from SWF to HTML5. Maybe use tools like Adobe Dreamweaver if that helps. Why are you building a website as "Flash SWF" when the support for Flash Player is running out in less than a year. This is a deadend road. Your content could be so easily build with contemporary means.

Klaus

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Jun 02, 2019

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Hi John

I've tried your Animate SWF content in two browsers (Firefox, Chrome) and I can't see any of your ill effects you are describing (choppy, drop frames and so on).

In general terms: You should re-orientate from SWF to HTML5. Maybe use tools like Adobe Dreamweaver if that helps. Why are you building a website as "Flash SWF" when the support for Flash Player is running out in less than a year. This is a deadend road. Your content could be so easily build with contemporary means.

Klaus

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Jun 02, 2019

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Okays thanks. not Smart enuf for html 5. Though I did convert this many times to html5.

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You just said two things that are the exact opposite of each other.

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