It looks like you mean that the elements located between the <object> and </object> tags are not shown in the object tree. Such elements should exist on the displayed page only if the object specified by the 'classid' attribute of the <object> tag is not displayed on the page. Probably, Firefox does not actually display the problematic object, while Internet Explorer does. If so, such elements will be shown in the Object Tree only for the page displayed in Firefox.
If my assumptions are incorrect, we will need the following information:
1. Describe the problem in detail and post here images demonstrating it.
2. Check whether you can reproduce the problem with a public site. If you cannot, can you provide us with access to your application? You can send the access details via our Contact Support form.
3. Let us know the exact version of the browsers you are using.
------ Yuri TestComplete Customer Care Engineer
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