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I have a app which shows load a flash movie in form, using this code
axShockwaveFlash1 = new AxShockwaveFlashObjects.AxShockwaveFlash()
The problem is that whenever I make a changes in the flash hosted in our application and try to refresh the to see the changes, the new changes is 'messed' up. to be more specific , it seems that the background and some controls of the previous
flash still remain, 'spoiling' the new flash that is loaded. why?
Using the following methods before loading the second flash video makes no difference
Even I tried loading "empty" flash video before loading your new video?
axShockwaveFlash1.LoadMovie(0,""); but nothing worked
Its urgent.Could somebody h