I know this came up a long time ago when IE
changed--Flash/swf content needs to be clicked to be activated
first. I thought Robohelp 6 would address it, but not.
The challenge: Cannot use the fixes publised because the html
pages created by Robohelp, like the Content pane, are generated
The entire Content pane needs to be clicked first so you can
click an item in the contents. Its html file seems to be
wf_master.htm and when you look at the code, the tags are fed in
// Build tag to document.write
strObject = "<OBJECT
http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=6,0,0,0'"; strObject += "WIDTH='100%' HEIGHT='100%' id='masterSWF'
strObject += "<PARAM NAME='movie'
strObject += "<PARAM NAME=quality VALUE=high>";
strObject += "<PARAM NAME='menu' value='false'>";
1) Has/can someone come up with a way or code (or function?)
that can be added somewhere centrally (in a key file) so when
robohelp renders the above html tags are replaced therefore
eliminating the need of clicking the swf content to activate it?
I don't know how Robohelp renders to help me find the file
where a change like this can be made.
addressed this with the Robohelp 6.
I upgraded to Robohelp 6, use Robohelp HTML, publish using
FlashHelp, and my users use IE,