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Bare Bones posts AppleScript fix

updated 03:35 pm EDT, Wed May 31, 2006

Bare Bones posts fix

Bare Bones Software today posted an AppleScript for use with BBEdit to assist Web developers in the migration away from the EMBED tag for deployment of QuickTime content. As a result of the recent settlement between Microsoft and Eolas Technology, the EMBED tag is no longer supported without viewer interaction in updated versions of Internet Explorer 6, nor will it be in future versions of Internet Explorer. Any HTML code that uses the EMBED tag must be modified to ensure future compatibility when delivering QuickTime content over the Web, and BBEdit's Embed Tag Script addresses the new browser requirements for a commonly encountered CSS situation where object tags contain EMBED tags for QuickTime media that must be replaced. The script is available for free to all registered BBEdit customers via the company's website, and automates the implementation of the JavaScript file recommended by Apple.




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