Okay, so I know how to straight embed an animation by keeping all of the folders and assets messily in the same directory as the HTML file that I want to embed the file in . . . BUT, what if I want to keep all of the edge animation assets in a folder in another directory? Obviously I need to go into the different edge JS files and update the paths, but which ones?
I've been experimenting right now and obviously the preload JS file has a ton of URLs that can be updated to get things in place, but I still can't seem to pinpoint every url that needs changing. Has anyone else done this? (And again, I want to embed the edge animation and keep all of its corresponding assets in a different folder instead of in the same directory).
-J Cole Morrison
Here are all the places you need to change paths, in order to have ALL Edge assets in a separate directory, in this example called "edgeFiles".
* (also note that sometimes Edge doesn't prepend this "im" variable to all images, so you have to go through this file and replace any other references to 'images/' with the "im" variable)
Change paths to all js files in the "aLoader" array at bottom of file.
Hope this helps!
I've got all the rewriting logic within my wordpress and drupal integration module. Would it make sense to write up a service that people can use to alter the composition? Means you just upload your composition to a server, give it a path and the server returns you a new oam file with adjusted paths. I just see that question pop up more often...