Topic: Gallery different in Firefox (correct in chrome en ie)

Hello,
I purchased SimpleViewer pro a while ago.

I made some gallerys with the program, but there seems to be a problem  in Firefox.

In Google Chrome and Internet Explorer the gallery shows the way I made it in svBuilderPro.
In Firefox I get a very ugly version which is totally different.

You can view an example on http://www.brodyneuenschwander.com/beta … index.html

I also made a few screenshots:
Chrome and IE (correct appearance) http://www.jave.be/opslag/bnart_chrome.png

Firefox (not correct): http://www.jave.be/opslag/bnart_firefox1.png  and http://www.jave.be/opslag/bnart_firefox2.png  .

How can I make Firefox to show the correct version?

Re: Gallery different in Firefox (correct in chrome en ie)

Your screenshots show the Flash Player in Chrome and IE and the Mobile Player in Firefox which implies that Adobe Flash Player is either not installed or not activated in your Firefox browser.
Please see this FAQ for details: http://simpleviewer.net/simpleviewer/su … trouble_14

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: Gallery different in Firefox (correct in chrome en ie)

Steven Speirs wrote:

Your screenshots show the Flash Player in Chrome and IE and the Mobile Player in Firefox which implies that Adobe Flash Player is either not installed or not activated in your Firefox browser.
Please see this FAQ for details: http://simpleviewer.net/simpleviewer/su … trouble_14

Thanks, that was the problem.

Is there a way to disable the option to switch to the the Mobile Player?

Re: Gallery different in Firefox (correct in chrome en ie)

Is there a way to disable the option to switch to the the Mobile Player?

Setting the useFlash Embed Code Parameter to 'true' will display the gallery using the Flash Player if available, otherwise SimpleViewer will fall back to using the Mobile Player.
Setting useFlash to 'false' will force the Mobile Player to be used even if Flash Player is available.
There is no setting available to force the Flash Player to be used (with no fallback).
You could, however, embed the SWF file on its own using swfobject in a similar fashion to how SimpleViewer v1.9 was embedded (before the Mobile Player was introduced).
Please see here for details: http://www.simpleviewer.net/simpleviewe … /embedded/

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.