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<From: "John Harris" <email@example.com>
<Subject: Flash Forms in IE7 and VISTA
<Date: Thu, 24 May 2007 20:06:18 -0400
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<We have an online system developed that makes use of Flash Form through a
<web browser. Up until now there have been no issues, but I have changed to
<VISTA OS and IE7. Now when entering data into the form I am getting
<keystroke errors, where the keys are not recognized and skips over them. So
<for example I type "Client is homebound" I look up and see "Clt ishm bnd".
<Only is happening on my system. The XP systems using IE7 do not have this
<issue. Does anyone have any ideas on what is wrong and how I can fix it?
<I am on Flash Player 9 and Acrobat 8.0. Once again, the ONLY difference
<between my system and the other is XP vs. VISTA.