My distro of SVPro contains: viewer.swf only. Not simpleviewer.swf.
SVManager has a plugins folder with several plugins, structured as follows:
Now, here's the frustrating part. Since it appears I need to match up the viewer.swf file that came with my SVPro distro, I should use the/simpleviewer plugin folder, since it contains the viewer.swf file, rather than the simpleviewer.swf file, right?
If I just upload THAT plugin folder, SVManager says there are no plugins loaded. It never actually "sees" that plugin folder. (So what good is it? Why was that folder even included among the plugin folders if the program won't recognize it?) I HAVE to use the /simpleviewer2 plugin folder in order to work with SVM at all. So here we are. :)
UPDATE And as for versioning, even though I downloaded SVPro from the download link provided to me when I purchased it (1.9), I had to fill out a form to be approved to get SVPro 2, which is still apparently in process. So I'm not sure what's going on, but I will say that some kind of version indicator needs to be within the file naming nomenclature (e.g., the way WP and other scripts do), so that you don't have to actually open the file and read the .HTML to figure out what version you have. Plus this keeps you from overwriting a previous version. In other words, the containing folder should have the version number in it. The rest of the underlying folder structure should be kept intact. This just avoids wondering what version you have. Just my two cents.