I was given a tip only yesterday and haven't actually tried it yet but here it is .. have a look inside the widget package and see if the audio folder/file is in there, if not then re-add it manually.
The tip I was given actually was to create the source link, publish the widget and then add the sound files, the reason I say have a look is because I have noticed that Edge can sometimes leave files and folders out of the widget ..
And not sure what audio is best now iBooks has started accepting a variety of media files since the last update so we are no longer restricted to m4v/m4a ... whatever you put in seems to get optimised anyway ...
Hope this helps!
Thanks so much for responding, I had thought that this question was dead in the water!
I'm working away for a couple of days, but look forward to trying this as soon as I get home. Fingers crossed.
All the best,
Sorry, just one thing quickly... How do you open the widget package to see/modify the contents?
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On a Mac it's ctrl-click => select 'Show Package Contents'. Not sure about PC but if you're working on iBooks then I assume you're on Mac anyway .. Good luck!
Ace! Thanks, I'll let you know how it all works.
YES!!!! It works, I've just downloaded EDGE on my laptop and tested this and it works! The audio folder hadn't been added to the widget. I am so unbelievably happy that you've fixed my problem. Thank you VERY much!
Excellent, glad to hear it and now I know I can do the same in the future