Hi Joel, Edge sets the default image path via a variable called "im" in this file: "yourFileName_edge.js".
However, sometimes, Edge doesn't use this var, and instead uses the full image path like this:
Either way (by creating a new var with your unique paths and prepending the var to the image paths, or by hardcoding new image paths), you can manually change the paths for your images in this file.
So if I make this change in the "yourFileName_edge.js" file will it be passed on them I publish ? In other words all these animations are setup so the "publish" path is right into my dreamweaver "website" location for this website. I can then "upload" direct to the server from there through dreamweaver.
I want to setup image paths like...
once I change the js file will publish follow those rules ?
I tried editing the js file and so far it seems to be working great. Just what I needed. And it does seem to pass the change on in "publish" that what great also. I did have the change the path in the im var and in all the image paths (150 references in one file) but that was a snap in dreamweaver find/replace. So far it all works fine in my dreamweaver website file structure and my dummy server so it should be fine when i upload it all. since I use the same preloader.gif for all these animations I left a single copy in the "images" folder that all the projects use.