The small Flash clip in the above-mentionned url should perform a dim-like animation after 30 seconds when the mouse IS NOT over the movie (compare with IE or Opera -- you'll have to wait 30 seconds to see a change: not less). The fact that it works like it should with Opera seems to indicate that the problem is not at the plugin level per se since the latter browser does not use the ActiveX version of the Flash5 player.
The above URL seems to be incorrect (404), could you provide a working example?
Testcase is missing, but maybe try: http://www.macromedia.com/support/flash/ts/documents/gettimer.htm WFM on Mac OSX
WFM: Windows NT 4.0 / Build 2002041617 / Flash plugin 6.0 Linux RH 6.2 / Build 2002041617 / Flash plugin 5.0
Since test case is missing, and Peter has kindly pointed to how to use the timer, I am closing this bug out as invalid. BTW - the test within the page that Peter points to works fine.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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