Affects: IE6, IE7, IE8
However although the code is simple to invoke, you may drive yourself bonkers trying to figure out why it sometimes fails in IE.
ExternalInterface.call('yourPagesJSFunction');//Fails in IE (sometimes)
So how can this simple code work in Firefox and Safari yet fail in IE?
Known Workarounds: One.
The trick is in the unknown requirement... in IE, your <object> tag REQUIRES an ID attribute! The value doesn't matter, but it must be unique (all your IDs are unique aren't they?)
Example Workaround Code:
Related Issues: None.
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