The answer to both is no. I have a bit of HTML that disappears when the Flash content is loaded. And its a website, not an app.
I’m working on a new project that uses an FP11 player with some HTML content on top of it. When using wmode=’opaque’, it works fine, but then hardware acceleration doesn’t work. Once I set wmode to ‘direct’, hardware acceleration works fine, but the layering of HTML content doesn’t.
I want to have both wmode=’direct’ and layering, so I started searching for a solution. Then I stumbled upon this: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/127/tn_12701.html#main_Browser_support_for_Window_Mode__wmode__values
Basically it says it’s not supported by all browsers. So, what I’m looking for now is a way to figure out if someones browser does or doesn’t support wmode=’direct’ and layering, so I can use an FP10 alternative.
Anyone got any ideas?
Nice Have been trying a few things myself the past couple of days. It just blows my mind how many poly’s we can use these days. A while ago I was stuck at max 10k, now Ive built things using hundreds of thousands. Just insane!
The first thing you should do after purchasing an item and you want something added/changed, is to always try to contact the author first. The author is the one that knows the most about his product and might be able to help you.
Would you not be able to use an A5 as an A1? Its just larger, isnt it?
var videos = ['video1.flv', 'video2.flv', 'video3.flv']; var index = Math.floor(Math.random() * videos.length); var video = videos[index]; alert(video);
_gaq.push(['_trackPageview']);Try to comment that out (3rd line) and see what happens.
^ was thinking the same