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Not sure exactly what you need, director doesn't handle html very well
simple text only html can be displayed in a text member.
member("myMemberName").html = someHTMLSourceString
An expensive add on xtra (web xtra) can get explorer to render pages
with the director stage.
A film loop is a container of sorts, one can copy and paste a number of
channels to the cast, the results then fit in a single channel. Filem
loops don't have the smarts of a flash movie clip, ifone imports an
external director file as a linked member, it's script functionality can
An external movie can be opened in it's own window (from a projector)
which is a box of sorts.
even i cant understand wht you are trying to say.
If you just want to format the text better on stage, then you can do it in MS word or other word processor and export rtf from it. RTFs can retain most of the formatting within Director.
It can even retain tables.
Well, the point of the iFrame was to enclose my resume as a scrollable field. Since my resume is online on my webserver I figured I could point that iFrame to the directory to where my resume is stored and could be viewed by my employers. My resume is not short and therefore would need something that is expandible. Clearer now?
If you are needing to pull a page of the web, then you'll need to use
either the built-in (PC-only) ActiveX xtra or the not free but very
useful WebXtra. Both of those will let you basically display anything
that can be displayed in a browser, and can pull the info off the web
You can also use the NetLingo commands provided natively by Director.
It would save you money (xtras are costly), besides the WebXtra is not very successfull on both platforms (only on windows).
NetLingo commands can fetch you the HTML page directly and you can set the
HTML property of text sprites.