It looks like ShutterFly do not allow loading images cross-domain into Flash.
In order for Flash to load images cross-domain, there needs to be a cross-domain policy file in place at the image source web server.
You can contact ShutterFly tech support about this, or use a different source for your images, or use a web proxy.
Yup, that's it! Shutterfly wants each person seeing pictures from their website to be their customer.
I've coded a simple webproxy, which was the only solution, but it is terrible slow now.
It would help a lot, if TiltViewer Pro would come with option to download "thumbs" from separate links and then silently download/preload large images in the background, replacing thumbs after that. Mike & Felix - do you plan to implement such feature?
Because it is slow, it has also very confusing behavior when user click arrow to load next images. If images from previous page would gray out, then it would be much nicer, as now you cannot really tell if page is still loading or all images you see are already from new page. I would like to see "gray out" feature in next release as well.
Last feature I'm missing is automatic resizing (zoom in/out). When I resize window vertically, gallery is adjusting nicely. If I resize window horizontally, it does not adjust properly. At least with Internet Explorer it is an issue; don't know about other browsers...
So question for developers: Can you do something with above mentioned issues..?
It is great product, but it can be always better