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Most browsers don't like my interactive HTML5

Explorer ,
Jan 24, 2019

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Hi all,

I've just completed a interactive infographic, made on a HTML5 canvas in Adobe Animate on my Mac.

It seems now that the navigation (interactivity) only works well in Firefox. In Safari, Chrome and Opera the interactivity just doesn't respond on clicks.

Are there any known issues playing here?

Thanks in advance!

Ap

Hi,

Have you tried your infographic on a server? Some browser security stop clicks when you test it locally.

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Most browsers don't like my interactive HTML5

Explorer ,
Jan 24, 2019

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Hi all,

I've just completed a interactive infographic, made on a HTML5 canvas in Adobe Animate on my Mac.

It seems now that the navigation (interactivity) only works well in Firefox. In Safari, Chrome and Opera the interactivity just doesn't respond on clicks.

Are there any known issues playing here?

Thanks in advance!

Ap

Hi,

Have you tried your infographic on a server? Some browser security stop clicks when you test it locally.

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Hi,

Have you tried your infographic on a server? Some browser security stop clicks when you test it locally.

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No, I haven't.

Will try!

Thanks.

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Gory+Greg  wrote

Have you tried your infographic on a server? Some browser security stop clicks when you test it locally.

They aren't stopping clicks, they're stopping JavaScript from retrieving pixel data from the canvas, because those browsers' broken security models consider ALL files on the local filesystem as coming from different domains, even if they're in the same folder. Currently the only major browsers that handle this correctly are Firefox, Edge, and IE.

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Engaged ,
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I was putting it in the terms that the person with the problem used so as to give them a speedy reply and also hopefully help them understand it was a browser issue and not something they had or hadn't done. But thanks for the info.

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It worked just fine when put on extern server. Funnily enough it was Firefox which presented some problems now, the others clicked and 'retrieved pixel data' like there was no tomorrow.

Thanks again for the hint, Gory G.!

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