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Re: XHTML+SMIL in Service Pack 2 for XP

From: vincent kober <vincent.kober@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2004 08:11:08 +0200
Message-ID: <415BA37C.8020708@inrialpes.fr>
To: Steve <s.j.bennett@herts.ac.uk>
CC: www-smil@w3.org

Steve a écrit :

>Hi all
Hi Steve

>On a machine with Service Pack 2 installed, whenever I tried to play an
>XHTML+SMIL file in Internet Explorer, a blue warning bar appeared on the
>browser asking something like "do you want to play this active content".
>This warning seemed completely indifferent to any of the security settings
>one can specify in Internet Explorer.
I had a problem like this with quicktime plugins when my security 
controls in IE was on...I don't know if this is the same problem !

You can verify that in Tools - Internet Option - Security ....level 
personalizing and change the activeX and plugins control...perhaps could 
you see in this window others elements to change...

I hope that this will help you

Best regards


>Has this happened to anyone else?  Might there be a way of stopping this?
>While in practice the user can choose to play the file and so is not
>prohibited from seeing the content, on the other hand, these warnings will
>discourage anyone who is just browsing from curiosity from experiencing
>XHTML+SMIL content, since there is no specificity whatsoever to the warning.
>Steve Bennett

Vincent Kober

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