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PostPosted: 12. Apr 2010, 12:51 
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Hi,

I have integrated TFU in our web storage solution and i did some tests with different OS / browsers.

I found a problem with the couple Win Vista Pro 64 SP1 + IE 7.0:

Basically i have to double-click every button in TFU interface to make it work while with other OS / browsers a single click is enough to trigger an action.

Eg: I need to click twice buttons "Add Files", "Remove" or "Upload" to trigger associated actions.

Note that TFU is working properly despite of this trouble, but it's not obvious for users to double-click buttons when the common usage implies a single click.

Thanks for your help

Romain

TFU Registred Version 2.10.7
Internet Explorer v 7.0.6001.18000
Adobe Flash player 10
Windows Vista Professional 64 SP1


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PostPosted: 12. Apr 2010, 20:09 
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how have you integrated TFU?

Javascript or object tag?

- Michael


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PostPosted: 13. Apr 2010, 10:00 
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Hi Michael,

I used JavaScript to integrate TFU.
By the way, i reproduced the problem on the registred version demo: http://www.tinywebgallery.com/en/tfu/web_demo2.php

Romain


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I just tested with XP and IE8 and Vista and IE8 and this works fine. Seems to be a problem of the combination you use.

Try to include the flash with the object tag. Since the eolas patch is not needed anymore for most browsers this works quite well too.
And because the flash does only require Flash 8 the warning of an old flash version is not that important anymore because I think 99% already have 9 or higher.

- Michael


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