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Fix for Flickr Galleries Released
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I have everything working fine when all files are within one directory but not when I try place the "calling" index file from outside the directory where the xml and swf files are.
This is part of the code that sits in the calling index.htm file
var fo = new SWFObject("../viewer_deli/viewer.swf", "../viewer_deli/viewer", "100%", "100%", "8", "#FFFF99" );
However if I move this index file outside of the directory where the xml and swf file are, postcardviewer will not work. Note I have the xml and viewer.swf pointed to the correct directory so it should work?
(the reason I need to do this is because I have multiple postcardviewers within one application and I have therefore placed them all in separate directories. For other reasons I would prefer to put the index files calling each viewer in the top directory of the website. I am using lightroom 2 to generate swf
Monkeyboy, yes "fo.addParam("wmode", "transparent");" should work in most siutations using I. Explorer but it will not work in Firefox which has a growing share of the browser market. Does anyone have a soluion/work around for Firefox?
Hi I am having the same issue with Firefox (PC). Did you manage to solve the issue?
I am using Lightroom/dreamweaver to build. Everything works fine until I try to view on local webserver. I am using XAMPP which is software that runs Apache server on a windows machine for testing before you publish to remote ISP. Now when I double click "viewer dot swf" in the root of the server (where all the other files are), flash player 9 loads and simple viewer runs fine. But when I follow insturctions in troubleshooting for "insert SimpleViewer into a pre-existing HTML page" (index.html) I get X's for all the images. If I right click the X for the large image and open in new window I see the path as "localhost/images/images/CIMG1820 dot jpg". All the large images are in /images and remember it works when I click viewer dot swf directly!!. OK so I can fix the large image by moving them into the images/images but I cannot see where to put the thumbnails. I am not sure why dreamweaver is asking for /images/images/ directory when all the images are in /images.
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