That script appeals the visibility CSS propertiy (hidden/visible) after a browser check.
Without that swf, the rollover works fine whichever browser is.
When insert the swf, it works ok in IE4, 5 and 6, but there is a strange bug in NS6:
1. it looks like the swf does not want to respect the CSS positioning(there is a larger layer beyond the swf, larger than the swf or CSS style defined) and
2 does not respect the visibility when rollover (does not swich visible/hidden when rollover other objects)
the tags are something like:
<div id="divIn"><OBJECT classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000"
ID=flash WIDTH=236 HEIGHT=46>
<PARAM NAME=movie VALUE="swi/intro.swf">
<PARAM NAME=quality VALUE=high>
<EMBED src="swi/intro.swf" quality=high bgcolor=#FFFFFF
WIDTH=336 HEIGHT=46 TYPE="application/x-shockwave-flash"
Next there are some other ordinari DIV's with gifs and text
When roll over one of the other gifs it suppose to "hidden" the sfw and "visible" some other text positioned in the same position as the swf is.
The style of the ID is settled by a CSS.
Does anyone knows why NS6 do that? For a while you may see the whole problem at www.anet.ro/newsubaru/main.html