My first extension I created provides radiant tags to load flash objects using swfobject. If also works with paperclipped or any url string.
You can find it on github its called radiant-flash_content-extension.

Here is a example of how the tag works
In the layout
<r:flash_content:include />

In the page
<r:flash_content:link width="300" height="120">
  <r:assets:url title="test" />


On Jan 11, 2009, at 5:05 AM, wrote:


Use SWFobject:

It is now the Adobe-recommended way to put flash on a page.

I haven't found a way to use this with paperclipped yet, but I am sure there
is a way.



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