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It does not go anywhere inside director. It is the HTML for the page
that displays the dcr (shockwave) movie. When you publish the movie in
Director, you can check the HTML box (in Publish Settings) for HTML and
it will make a HTML file similar to this. Since you have your own, you
would not need to do that... just substitute this HTML for the one that
Director builds for you.
I have a tutorial on publishing to Shockwave at:
It explains the settings in Director and some of the HTML code.
Director Lecturer / Consultant / Director Enthusiast
I am concerned because I am trying to force Shockwave to read Audio Xtra 6.1. My ".dir" used 6.1 but my ".dcr" uses 6.0. I have the following alert in my movie script which shows the version:
When I found the hmtl it already had the player version set to 11. Any thought how I can force shockwave to use version 6.1 of the audio xtra? The following is the current html in my ".dcr".
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
<!-- saved from url=(0013)about:internet -->
ID=vocabularyArt width=832 height=624 VIEWASTEXT>
<param name=src value="vocabularyArt.dcr">
<param name=swRemote value="swSaveEnabled='true' swVolume='true' swRestart='true' swPausePlay='true' swFastForward='true' swContextMenu='true' ">
<param name=swStretchStyle value=none>
<param name=PlayerVersion value=11>
<PARAM NAME=bgColor VALUE=#EEEEEE>
<embed src="vocabularyArt.dcr" bgColor=#EEEEEE width=832 height=624 swRemote="swSaveEnabled='true' swVolume='true' swRestart='true' swPausePlay='true' swFastForward='true' swContextMenu='true' " swStretchStyle=none
type="application/x-director" PlayerVersion=11 pluginspage=" http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/"></embed>
The version of the xtra that you use in a dcr has exactly nothing to do
with the HTML code that calls the dcr. If your Director authoring
environment uses the newest version when you publish the projector, then
the newest version should be used in the dcr.
If that has already been done, then it is possible that the repository
you point to in the xtrainfo.txt is serving up an old version. In which
case, make sure it points to an updated version.