[Flashcoders] FileReference and actionscript 2.0

2006-06-24 Thread human ghaderyan
Hi list I try to use FileReference class in a actionscript 2.0 project. the browse and upload methods work fine but it seems that this class designed for AS 1.0 (???). I can't find any AS 2.0 sample and don't know what to do for catching events . I think this class has bad architecture. for

RE: [Flashcoders] getTextExtent weirdness

2006-06-24 Thread Ville Walveranta
Responding again to my own posting... :-) I tried what I was thinking of below, and it works perfectly! Pixel-accurate width is correctly returned every time. The same method can be used for multiple entry fields, even with different typefaces or type styles as long as those style parameters

Re: [Flashcoders] Fjax... does this seem ridiculous to anyone else?

2006-06-24 Thread Michael Nisi
'Fjax just uses Flash to handle XML. Why? Because it's so darn good at it.' LOL, yeah right! It's ridiculous. Browser issues are nullified by libraries like dojo, prototype, et al. An interesting use of flash and js combined is the storage mechanism in the dojo toolkit:

[Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-24 Thread Weldon MacDonald
I've never liked forums, mostly because the I find navigating around in most forums is pretty clunky, give me an email list every time, but, as so often happens, the universe has decided to get a little revenge. I have a client who wants a forum. I've just spent the morning researching forum

Re: [Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-24 Thread Josh Santangelo
vBulletin's current version has many AJAXy features which enable interactions similar to what you describe. It's not free, but it's not expensive either. http://vbulletin.com/ -josh On Jun 24, 2006, at 8:28 AM, Weldon MacDonald wrote: I've never liked forums, mostly because the I find

Re: [Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-24 Thread Count Schemula
I'm on a few vBulletin powered forums and they work very well. Bulletin boards are far superior to e-mail lists in almost everyway. I've been on e-mail lists since before there was a web, and, really, there is no comparison to how much more useful 100,000 threaded conversations are in a bulletin

Re: [Flashcoders] onEnterFrame / SetInterval in a Class (with Delegate)

2006-06-24 Thread Andreas Rønning
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello All --- I am trying to run an onEnterFrame or setInterval in a Class (which extends mx.core.UIComponent) and not having much luck. If I use onEnterFrame it runs once and then dies. I have even tried using Delegate with the onEnterFrame and still no luck.

[Flashcoders] Chipmunk-sounding MP3s?

2006-06-24 Thread Josh Santangelo
I've got a presentation engine built which loads up audio/video/text from external files as defined in a presentation XML file. Works fine, of course until the client tries to start changing content. The MP3s they're using are voice-overs encoded at 16kbps mono which play fine in QuickTime

Re: [Flashcoders] Chipmunk-sounding MP3s?

2006-06-24 Thread Josh Santangelo
Nevermind, found it myself. As it turns out, the bitrate doesn't matter so much as the sample rate. Flash only supports 11, 22, and 44khz, and seems to freak out otherwise. http://www.sonify.org/home/feature/remixology/004_prepareloops/ page2.html -josh On Jun 24, 2006, at 7:26p, Josh

Re: [Flashcoders] [Ann] The world's largest Flex Application

2006-06-24 Thread David Rorex
Heh, I like this text from their demo page: Experience AFR Access - The serious investor's toolkit with this short video, which takes you through its many features and uses. *Please amend copy as necessary*. -David R On 6/22/06, Arul Prasad M L [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: thanks Chris. ~Arul

Re: [Flashcoders] Chipmunk-sounding MP3s?

2006-06-24 Thread Ramon Miguel M. Tayag
I don't think it's the bitrates, but the hertz. On 6/25/06, Josh Santangelo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got a presentation engine built which loads up audio/video/text from external files as defined in a presentation XML file. Works fine, of course until the client tries to start changing

Re: [Flashcoders] Chipmunk-sounding MP3s?

2006-06-24 Thread Matt Mc
Hello, I had the same problem this helped clear things up. http://www.jeroenwijering.com/?thread=High_Speed_Play you have to use a sample rate of 44100Hz, I've used 22050Hz with no problems, along with a constant bit rate (CBR) and that will take care of the chipmunks problem.