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Old April 24th, 2004, 11:26 AM
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Default Flash object: disable right click on it

I have a page where there is an embeded flash object.
If a visitor of the page do a right click in this flash object, instantly will see all the appropriate options of the flash (zoom,play etc).

I want to find a way in order to prevent the visitors 'see' if the object that runs on my page is a flash or something else.
They should not be able to do right click in flash object.

I must also say that this flash is not produced from macromedia flash application but it is actually a converter that outputs to the flash format.
So, it seems that any possible solution should be outside the flash format and flash file.

I thought a lot of possible ways but finally I have not found something that seems to work (layers, javascript, etc).

Is there any way to overcome this problem?


Thanks in advance

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Can anyone help me?

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Please try to remember that this is not an automated system. For someone to reply to your posts, they actually have to sit down and formulate an answer. I think it would help you a whole lot if you excercised extreme patience:). You'll go far if you do just that

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I apologise for the inconvenience.

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Sorry I don't know of anyway. you might try checking out http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=10098 Saie_Tahnn had some good suggestions about protecting flash files.
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