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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    The web page is
    http://www.hobbydebate.co.cc/Save%20the%20Earth%20-%20Game.html

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    what is the problem?

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    The background images won't appear. I have already uploaded them in the same directory as the html page but still they don't show up. When I open the html page from my hard drive though, the background pictures appear.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    What are you using to display your background images?

    My guess is you have them hard coded to look at your hard drive.
    You would need to have them on your server and call them via a URL if your loading them like this.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    Are you aware that the Vitalize plug-in will not install on Firefox 3?

    It works fine if I use Internet Explorer (Which I rarely do).

    And yes I have tried the Manual install for Firefox.

    Edit: Correction. It appear that although it says it is not installed... it actually is. Some games work and others just continually Show the "V".

    Still a great add on

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    Do I need to insert the vitalize object into my game in order to embed it in a web page?

    If so, which frame should I insert it in?

    Jason

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    You don't have to, no.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    The Vitalize Object provides functions that might be really useful within a Vitalize applet, e.g. opening a web page or downloading a file.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    I've updated my V-Code Generator to be compatable with the latest version of vitalize and TGF2/MMF2.
    http://www.LB-Stuff.com/V-Code_Generator.exe
    If it doesn't work correctly please let me know. This will make it alot easier for everyone to make the code for thier vitalize games/applications.
    Working as fast as I can on Fusion 3

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    I've used your old one _LB for as long as I remember

    This is great news!

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