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thank you very much kimili
updated the plugin and resolved the problems in ie, but i have still problems in opera and mac (probably problems with gecko browsers?) compare the animation in ff/ii and in opera (or safari) http://www.canaletto.demonweb.co.uk/artmedia/
in the latters the text on the right and one of the cover of the animation are missing
all suggestions are welcome
thanks in advance
Hey there guys,
great plugin! I’m just having two issues:
1. I want to manage the flash files through the “files” tab – how can I do this?
2. Can you post examples of how to use each variable? For example: I’m not sure how to use the base variable. As I’m trying to manage the flash files through the file management tab I want to be able to point to the siteurl/files/ folder. How do I do this?
Thanks again for a great plugin,
I’m having problems with IE: the movie isn’t displayed. If I look at the source, all the plug-in output is there, but the movie isn’t displayed.
Of course, I have no problem in FF.
Anyone knows what could be happening?
La música ideas portará y siempre continuará
i can’t get the express install function to work
i v’è upped and included the expressinstall.as moved to second frame the content of the movie include in the tag in the article the attribute “expressinstall=“true” etc.
the movie works but the updating feature no
some idea ?
thanks in advance
@Brain – In order for the express install to work, a visitor to the site needs at least the Flash Player version 6.0.65. Additionally, your flash movie needs to be published as version 7 or above. Should those 2 conditions be fulfilled, the express install will work. On your page, the flash is published as version 6 (which, by the way, has approximately a 97% penetration rate). If somebody comes to the site with a flash 5 player (or no flash player), they won’t get the express install functionality. So as you can see, the name “Express Install” is a little misleading – it’s really an “Express Upgrade”.
In any case, you should provide non-flash content in the form of html within the div (or whatever element) you’re writing the flash to. If the flash content can be displayed, it will overwrite any html you put within the target div.
thanks for the plugin, i was just testing it a little bit, then changed something in my .swf file and now i cant get it to work anymore. (strange, i know). i’m trying this on a clean txp test install
in the article form i’m using:
<code> <txp:kml_flashembed movie=“http://dev.750frames.com/clean/files/untitled.swf” height=“200” width=“300” fvars=” title = $title ; excerpt = $excerpt “ /></code>
could someone give me a hint what i might be doing wrong concerning the flash file? i normally dont work with flash, therefore i’m a real newbie at these things.
i was so happy that it worked once, but what the heck is going on now?
i’d be more than happy to get a little help from you guys or maybe an example .fla (the one from geoff stearns site wont open here (flash mx2004))
would you mind sending the plugin over to me (post[a]kbbu.de) ? i will have a go with it. right now there is not download possible from the authors site :(
I have a problem with an update from version 0.4 to 1.1
I tried to update the plugin on txp 4.0.3 and get this error:
Parse error: parse error, expecting `’,’‘ or `’)’‘ in /home/httpd/vhosts/mydomain.com/httpdocs/entextpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php(459) : eval()‘d code(286) : eval()‘d code on line 1
the usage is as follows:
<txp:kml_flashembed movie=“http://www.mydomain.com/swf/my.swf” height=“191” width=“780” target=“headerimage” fversion=“7.0” menu=“false” bgcolor=”#f6f6da” wmode=“opaque” quality=“best” fvars=” section = $s; category = $c; site_url = $siteurl; path_url = /images/content/; image_url = header.jpg “/>
Last edited by bartekk (2006-11-08 10:01:43)