I have just bought Flash Slideshow Maker (FSM) and already
have Flash MX
With FSM it outputs a slideshow with either embedded images
and audio, or
you can control the images and music with an XML file.
Another feature of FSM is the ability to create your own
frames using either
PNGs or another Flash Movie.
We don't want the audio to loop, so we change the XML
<music_property path="res/background.mp3" stream="true"
so that 'loop="false"'
However we want people using the website to be able to replay
whenever they want. I want to use this framing functionality
to add a play
button to the frame SWF so that the audio can be played again
if the person
browsing wants to hear it again.
My question is, how do I add some actionscript (or a play
command) to the
button so that it plays the audio? Unfortunately the path for
the audio will
be different for every page the FSM appears in.
No, I don't know that unfortunately. I have asked the
developer of the
slideshow software for that information but they haven't
supplied it, which
is why I have asked here.
"kglad" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> there's no way to determine that without knowing how the
> instantiated in the first place. do you know what code
is used to start
> that mp3 playing?