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After selecting Flash from the Multimedia Elements section of the Element Gallery dialog, click the Flash Element Tool icon and select Flash to open the Flash Attributes dialog.
- Flash Source File - Names the Flash source file. Your choices for selecting the Flash file are:
- Height, Width - The height and width at which the browser displays the inserted Flash file.
- Background Color - The background color of the area defined by Height and Width.
- Play - If set to true, the Flash file plays after the browser displays the page.
- Loop - If set to true, the Flash file replays after it completes.
- Quality -The quality at which the Flash file is displayed. Your choices are high, autohigh, low, and autolow.
- Scale - Sets how the Flash object is displayed within the area defined by Height and Width, as follows: showall, noborder, exactfix.
- Menu - If set to true, the Flash object is displayed with an Element,
- Base - The Flash base attribute value. If you do not enter a value, the default is the current directory. (The base directory is the URL or relative location that Flash uses when it resolves relative paths if the flash file is stored in a different directory.)
- Alignment -Sets how the Flash Element is displayed within the area defined by Height and Width
- Plugins Page - The URL of the Flash player download page, which is displayed if the browser does not have a Flash plugin. This is what your browser uses to display the embedded Flash object.
- Code Base - The URL of the Flash download page for the Flash object tag.
- No Embed Image - Names the image displayed by the browser if it does not support Flash.
- Window Mode - Sets how the Flash object is displayed in a window, as follows: transparent, opaque, or window.
- MIME Type - The Flash object’s HTML MIME type.
- ClassID - The Flash object’s class ID. The browser uses this ID to refer to the object.
- Hide for CommonSpot Menus - shows/hides this Element when popup menus associated with links on this page display. By default, CommonSpot hides Elements that obstruct menus displayed on a page. Set this option to No to explicitly show this Element when CommonSpot menus display.
To select or change the Flash Source File, click the “Edit…” button. Specify the desired width and height (in pixels). It is in this defined space that the Flash movie displays.
Click Save to save the settings and return to the page.
You can download PDF versions of the Content Contributor's, Administrator's, and Elements Reference documents from the support section of paperthin.com (requires login).
- What's New in CommonSpot 6.0
- CommonSpot 6.0.0 Menu Quick Reference
- Developer's Guide
- Template Developer's Guide
- Style Sheet Reference Guide
- Shared Database Configuration Guide
- Replication vs Shared Database Guide
- Static Content Generation Guide
- Performance Recommendations Guide
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