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    Flash - DHTML Issue

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    Hi,

    I have a weather widget that is flash and expandable. one of the issues i had is when I expand the widget, it wouldn't expand passed the flash container size, so most of the content is cut up. I increased the size of the flash container and that worked. The problem is that the I have another facebook widget that is below the weather widget and that got pushed a lot. I moved the facebook widget up with a negative margin and now they are aligned fine. BUT i can't interact with the facebook widget. and I think the reason is that it is actually behind the flash container. it works fine on ie but i am trying to get it to work on chrome. I have changed the z-index to make the facebook widget on top of the flash, but the flash started to appear behind the facebook now. you can see it live on

    http://www.tennis-lounge.com/tennisdev/

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    What if you dynamically assign it the zindex based on the (OnFocus)?

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    I forgot to mention that I did not build the site..I have a developer building it but he is out of options. This is my site though and i really want it to work.. so If you can look at it and tell me what he will need to do that would be greaat!!

    Thanks!

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    Can anyone help me with his please..maybe elaborate on onfocus?

    Thanks


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