[quote]I must not be finding the right setting then, because I added to allow on all exceptions and still no go on the episodes scroll options.
Any suggestions, besides IE if possible?
Edit 1: Is the episode scroll bar using java script or flash? Also is the up/down scroll bars different then the episode scroll bars as those do work properly.[/quote]
You can have a spare copy of firefox on your computer or even a USB device for backup things like this.
I use it, with firefox 3.0.14 on a memory stick with flash added as a plugin so I never have to install flash on my computer, and can carry firefox with me to always watch things in flash.
This will allow you to watch the OP and still use firefox without changing settings in your current copy of firefox.
You will only be able to have one of the firefox open at a time though, that is the only bad part about it having to open one or the other if you don’t have a USB with enough memory for all your other add-ons.
That would be my only suggestion for getting it to work without using IE.
IF you need any help getting flash on your portable firefox, then I will tell you how to put it on the USB so portable firefox can use it.
The scroller is vod.js and calls an ajax script for functions to run it, so if you have any of those blocked it will probably block the scroller from working.
http://www.theanimenetwork.com/components/com_vods/js/vod.js since it is the specific script that runs the scroller with an addevent function call.
So if you allow that script, then all sliders should work, even though they are different scripts depending on which page you view.
Strange since both scripts code looks fine, that one would work and the other doesn’t.
Maybe people have a version form the old site stored and need to clear any cache/saved websites in order to get the newest slider and page from TAN to work with the new site? :unsure: