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      Using Google Chrome browser:

      1. Add new web content with some flash object (i.e. a youtube movie)
      2. Select this web content to display on Asset Publisher portlet
      3. Open any configuration window, i.e. manage page, look&feel, configuration

      Flash object is displayed above configuration window, but it should be displayed behind.

      I attached screenshots for details: flash_cover.png, flash_cover2.png

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        Drew Blessing added a comment -

        Rafal,

        Thank you for your report. I am able to reproduce this on Liferay 6.1 GA1 using Chrome browser. I will update the ticket accordingly.

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        Drew Blessing added a comment - Rafal, Thank you for your report. I am able to reproduce this on Liferay 6.1 GA1 using Chrome browser. I will update the ticket accordingly.
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        Michael Saechang added a comment -

        Updated ticket as per Drew's comment. Thank you for verifying.

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        Michael Saechang added a comment - Updated ticket as per Drew's comment. Thank you for verifying.
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        Jang Kim (Inactive) added a comment -

        This seems like known issue from youtube and can be solved easily by:
        http://maxmorgandesign.com/fix_youtube_iframe_overlay_and_z_index_issues/

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        Jang Kim (Inactive) added a comment - This seems like known issue from youtube and can be solved easily by: http://maxmorgandesign.com/fix_youtube_iframe_overlay_and_z_index_issues/
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        Nate Cavanaugh added a comment -

        Hi there,
        I'm marking this one as won't fix because this is an issue with the markup that's being pasted in.

        By default, a flash object with a wmode of opaque will display above pretty much all content.
        In your markup, set the wmode to transparent instead and this will fix the issue.

        If you disagree with this, or think there's a different way it can be fixed, please reopen and let us know.

        Thanks,

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        Nate Cavanaugh added a comment - Hi there, I'm marking this one as won't fix because this is an issue with the markup that's being pasted in. By default, a flash object with a wmode of opaque will display above pretty much all content. In your markup, set the wmode to transparent instead and this will fix the issue. If you disagree with this, or think there's a different way it can be fixed, please reopen and let us know. Thanks,

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