[Xerte] Re: resize problem with XOT 1.8 stops it working

Pat Lockley patrick.lockley at googlemail.com
Thu Dec 20 00:20:37 GMT 2012

I can't see why XAMPP would behave differently to another server?

Any JS errors?

On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 12:16 AM, Cowell, Elizabeth <E.Cowell at wlv.ac.uk>wrote:

> hello there,
> I've found out that when I export content from XOT as html and load it in
> a browser it fails to resize the window properly when you select a new
> screen size. this seems to result in a truncation of the flash object as it
> is then contained in a div too small to display it and so you can't access
> the menu bars and it is unusable / unplayable.
> ie the HTML for the div containing the flash object after the flash object
> resize still has the dimensions set to 600 by 800 even tho the flash object
> is larger. at least that's what it seems to be at a quick glance.
> strangely if you host the same exported code on a local host xampp server
> and do the resize the javascript does then change the div size correctly.
>  so when testing everything works ok until exported to a host on a real
> server. no idea what's going on but is there a fix for this?
> I looked back at some older content I did with xerte and it has the same
> problem.
> thanks if you can assist
> regards
> Liz Cowell
> skills development team
> university of Wolverhampton
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