The FLVs of the Chinese video site youku.com play perfectly in Firefox but they don't load in Internet Explorer 6. I'm using JW player version 3.12. I also inserted the FLV in the JW setup wizard and I got the some problem.
Some exaple FLVs: http://220.127.116.11/0100643AA2447E41557FC7000003258B4187DD-9785-F95F-B5D2-A0E9DBBE9F26.flv http://18.104.22.168/0100643AA24625B54BB5B9000764D7427D19E0-9BC7-905A-4C86-CDF983263065.flv http://22.214.171.124/0100643AA244E93D52F7880002B4A3947B5A89-319D-CBDB-0271-3F53CE725D3F.flv
Plays for me, even in Flash 7. bc.. //...Chinese site yoku.com s1.addVariable('file', 'http://126.96.36.199/0100643AA2447E41557FC7000003258B4187DD-9785-F95F-B5D2-A0E9DBBE9F26.flv'); //s1.addVariable('file', 'http://188.8.131.52/0100643AA24625B54BB5B9000764D7427D19E0-9BC7-905A-4C86-CDF983263065.flv'); //s1.addVariable('file', 'http://184.108.40.206/0100643AA244E93D52F7880002B4A3947B5A89-319D-CBDB-0271-3F53CE725D3F'); //...Chinese site yoku.com
@ picture Thomas - what happens if you use the *overstretch* flashvar ?
from - *http://code.jeroenwijering.com/trac/wiki/Flashvars3* bc.. *overstretch* (false): Sets how to stretch images/movies to make them fit the display. The default stretches to fit the display. Set this to *true* to stretch them proportionally to fill the display, *fit* to stretch them disproportionally and *none* to keep original dimensions.
edit: studying the code further, my guess is that the whole picture is actually there, but the rotator gets pushed to the right and half the player is hidden behind a stylesheet, because of a conflict between the stylesheets and the tables.
i have tried see if i could find a simple fix or correction, but the tables and stylesheets are so intertwined and convoluted i loose the overview - so you might just have to rebuild the layout using the CMS editor - and see if you can avoid the problem, by keeping the stucture simpler and cleaner...
The problem were clearly all facing is not on-line... Its when were trying to test our work on our PC's!... Has anyone ever found a way around this without having to release "Active X" controls.. Which microsoft highly recommend against???...