[osflash] FlashObject 1.3 RC2
a.bos9 at chello.nl
Tue Jan 17 18:18:46 EST 2006
Just started using v1.2 today.
I love it!
Van: osflash-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:osflash-bounces at osflash.org] Namens
Verzonden: dinsdag 17 januari 2006 19:56
Aan: Open Source Flash Mailing List
Onderwerp: Re: [osflash] FlashObject 1.3 RC2
well it looks like it was pretty good, so i released it.
if you are using flashobject in your projects you should consider
upgrading - if you had version 1.2 or later you shouldn't have to change
any code on the pages, just drop in the new flashobject.js file and enjoy :)
Geoff Stearns wrote:
> Hey all, I've been busy making a few updates to FlashObject, and I'd
> like to give the list a look first if anyone is interested before i
> release it. (and also hopefully have you all test it out to make sure i
> don't have any huge bugs :))
> here's the sneak preview url:
> direct download link:
> new stuff is as follows:
> [Changed] When calling FlashObject.write() you can now pass an
> HTMLElement reference. Previously you needed to pass a string (the Id of
> the element to write the Flash content to)
> [Changed] Made changes to the plugin detection routine that would cause
> a crash in browsers running certain versions of the Flash plugin. Read a
> comprehensive description of the issue and the fix.
> [New] You may now specify a specific URL to redirect the user to after
> they complete an ExpressInstall process. Previously the script would
> always redirect them to the page the Flash movie was embedded in, but
> when using a popup window this is not always the best solution. See the
> ExpressInstall section of the FlashObject page for more information.
> [New] I've used Dojo Shrinksafe to strip out the extra space in the
> flashobject.js file. FlashObject now weighs in at just a hair over 6kb.
> included in the FlashObject zip file in the 'source' folder. I also made
> a number of small syntax changes to reduce the size even more.
> not really a ton of new stuff.. the big new thing is integration with
> the JS integration kit (or at least a modified version) - it makes it
> crazy simple to add js communication to your flash movies... but that
> will be coming later (maybe next week? who knows!)
> anyway, have a look, let me know if you find bugs.
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