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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    is the list object supported

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    Yes, look at the list of vitalized extensions.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    Quote Originally Posted by zzarzzur
    moosock, mooclick, and the blowfish object
    Blowfish is not Vitalized.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    I have made a .cnn file locally in the same directory as the .mfa, with all the external images in sub-directories of this location. I have tested the "object" code in a html file locally and all works fine.

    I then moved the .cnn file and sub-directories with graphics in them up to the server site. I have added the same "object" code to the server html and modified the "Value" and "Src" locations to be that of the server paths.

    When running the html on the server it loads the Vitalize! 4 fine, but no external graphics are displayed. All the internal graphics display and the game does work. I have read through this forum and tried about everything that I can think of. I also tried this in a multitude of browsers. I am at a loss.

    Is it looking for my computer c:\directories\subdirectories on the server?

    I have the latest build R251, MMF2 Developer. Thank you for any help.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    Quote Originally Posted by Amazingynot
    Is it looking for my computer c:\directories\subdirectories on the server?
    It depends on multiple factors:
    If you specified the path as "C:\Directories\Subdirectories\Files.ext" then yes, it will, and it can't do that.
    If you specified "Subdirectories\Files.ext" like you should have, then it may or may not be able to depending on whether the extension loading that file is designed to do that.
    If you specified "http://My.Web.Site/Directories/Subdirectories/Files.ext" then it may work better, but it is the same situation as above; it depends on the ability of the extension/object you are using.
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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    Thank you.
    The Vitalize! 4 compatible object that I am having this problem with is "Picture Object" (kcpict.mfx). I know no other way than to select the image in its native location and the address locally is assigned. How do I change this?

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    You need to have it load from the URL - it will download the image and display it after it is done downloading.
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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    I think I understand the procedure. I changed under Properties:Settings:"Picture filename" to be the full url address "http://www....." of the image located on the server, correct?

    If this is correct, when I select to build the .ccn application it gives me an error in the build process. It says "...files are stored in directories that are not relative to the directory of the application...You cannot save this application as Internet application. Please move these files, then retry."

    I played around with changing the Picture filename and nothing was able to be saved in the .ccn format.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    Put the filename in relatively, if possible. Set the name in the actions. Open File Apppath$+"filename!!.png" with nothing in the properties. Should work pretty well.

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    Re: How to embed Vitalize! applications in HTML pages

    Quote Originally Posted by Amazingynot
    I changed under Properties:Settings:"Picture filename" to be the full url address "http://www....." of the image located on the server, correct?
    No, you need to leave that path name blank and set a new image via an action.
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