User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.5) Gecko/20031007 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.5) Gecko/20031007 http://www.wolffebrothers.com/transparency.html There is a flash movie published with window mode equal to transparent. The flash movie is in a div tag with z-index equal to 2. There is html below in an iframe tag with z-index equal to 1. The movie is the default width and height for flash 550 by 400. My flash movie only contains a small box in the center of the movie. The box is clickable. In Internet Explorer the functionality of the clickable box works great. You click the box and another green/blue box appears. In Mozilla there are two problems. 1. The box is barely clickable. I don't know how else to put it. As you mouse over the box in the flash movie you get a flickering between the arrow cursor and the hand cursor. It should just be a solid hand cursor like when you mouse over a link on an html page. If you just click and click over the box you might get it to work, but it doesn't work well. 2. The transparency is rendered fine in both ie and mozilla but the difference is that mozilla seems to block out the html links/scroll bars etc below any portion of the flash movie. The movie is 550 by 400 and even though the transparency is rendered correctly you can click on anything below that 550 by 400 area. In ie the only area you can click through to the html is in the box area. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.goto www.wolffebrothers.com/transparency.html with mozilla and try to click on the red box or the links of html that are close to the box. 550 by 400 area around the box. 2.Do the same with ie 3. Actual Results: No clickable in the areas of concern Expected Results: look at how IE deals with it. I have not found a workaround with exhaustive searching
I see this on W2K 2004062208
why not use onload on the iframe? fwiw the incorrect url should be fixed in a current version of mozilla. sorry about that.
This looks a bit similar to bug 247280, where the event position seems to be 'off' by 20px.
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