Flickr galleries will only work when uploaded to a web server. This is due to a security restriction in the Flash Player. If you want to run the gallery locally, you can edit your Flash player security settings. To do this,
To reduce the display size of the the images increase the maxJPGSize config option. Set this value to the largest dimension (width or height) of your largest image.
First check your XML document does not have syntax errors. To do this, open it in any browser. The browser will warn you if there is an syntax error. Next check the image paths are correctly specified in the imageurl values . Relative paths are relative to the HTML page that contains the swf.
This is caused by a security restriction in the Flash player. This only occurs when you run your gallery locally. To avoid this warning, upload your gallery to a web server, or edit your Flash player security settings. Check Q2 for how to do this.
TiltViewer can only display Flickr images marked as 'public'. Check your images are not private. Also, Flickr galleries will only work when uploaded to a web server. Check Q2.
The TiltViewer swf can be embedded in any web page. Check the Embedding Guide.
No. TiltViewer does not support the 'set_id' search parameter due to a limitaion in the Flickr API. Use 'user_id' and 'tags' to select your photos.
Check your CSS. Firefox requires that you explicitly set the height of the 'html' and 'body' tags, plus the div that contains TiltViewer. Try setting them all to '100%' or the height you require in pixels. For an example, check the CSS in the 'index.html' file that comes in the TiltViewer download.
Use the linkLabel XML option to specify the text on the link button.
To allow non-English characters to show, you must save the 'gallery.xml' XML document with 'UTF-8' encoding (in Windows Notepad you can set this is the 'Save As' dialog). Check the documentation for your text editor.
Use the 'tiltAmountIn' and 'tiltAmountOut' config options (added in TiltViewer-Pro v1.3.1)
TiltViewer uses StageScaleMode.NO_SCALE and StageAlign.TOP_LEFT. Check the code in the example flash_embed.fla in the pro download for an example of how to scale the elements in your flash movie.