On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 2:24 PM, Sean Cribbs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Is SWFObject available on Google's JS cache (like Prototype and
so, that could be an option.
It certainly doesn't look like they have SWFObject in the caches.
On 2008/07/13, at 13:32, Nate Turnage wrote:
I don't know. I do know that SWFObject will soon become the official
from Adobe to place Flash files. If Caspar's solution could get
into Radiant, I think it would be the best way to handle Flash
files. I was
going to add it to my site, but I am really not ready to write my own
extension yet and I cannot add it to the Radiant lib because I am
Handling Flash files in Radiant core? I'm not going to pursue that
route simply because I don't think it's appropriate for Radiant to be
Flash aware out of the box. However, I will look at SWFObject and see
about rolling it into the .swf handling part of page_attachments.
On 2008/07/13, at 13:17, Steven Southard wrote:
you'll have problems with Internet Explorer.
You just mean avoiding compatibility issues between different versions
of the Flash player? I setup a test page with only:
<embed src="test.swf" />
test.swf is a simple AS3 file that loops through some images and it
appears to work fine in Internet Explorer 6, 7 & 8 beta. Could you
elaborate on what you mean by “problems with Internet Explorer”?_______________________________________________
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