Peng Zhang on April 8th, 2010

Here are some additional information that the readme documentation omits to include on the AS3 Flash component “Sliding Image Gallery XML v2″ downloaded from flashcomponents.net. In the index.html file inside the deploy folder, in the line swfobject.embedSWF(“banner.swf”, “banner_div”, “790″, “300″, “9″, “swfobject/expressInstall.swf”, flashvars, params, attributes), the 790 sets the width of the flash player object. [...]

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Peng Zhang on April 4th, 2010

This post keeps a record of the example package that I used before. It’s a Flash projector that opens PDF documents. Click here to download the example

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Peng Zhang on March 11th, 2010

I have recently spent much time researching and experimenting for a solution to a problem with the Flash component UIScrollBar where the scrollbar shows up only as a rectangle – no up or down arrow, and no thumb slider. The dynamic text can be scrolled by using the mouse wheel scroll once you click inside [...]

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Peng Zhang on November 13th, 2009

I never realized that there could easily be conflicts with SWFObject generated flash pieces until I used it in my project today.  One of the reasons for me to use the SWFObject code to insert flash is to insert the flash piece easily and not to worry about various cross-browser shinanigans and flash plugin detection [...]

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Peng Zhang on November 5th, 2009

Look what I have found today – a cool and easy-to-use 3D image slider called CU3ER

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Peng Zhang on October 28th, 2009

I ran into a couple of bizarre problems when I had to add a module to a completed Flash project. First of all, my project is a main Flash movie that dynamically loads individual modules. The main movie is published to Flash Player 10 using AS3, and the individual modules are published to Flash Player [...]

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