[Xerte] Re: Examples of addAsCuePoint for movies in desktop version?
d_b_burnett at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 5 13:25:55 BST 2013
> have added 'addAsCuePoint'
Copied it from the example in the Help files right?It's incorrect.
It's not "As" as in "as"It's "AS" as in "ActionScript"
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> Date: Tue, 4 Jun 2013 18:03:19 -0700
> Subject: [Xerte] Examples of addAsCuePoint for movies in desktop version?
> Using xerte desktop 2.17, youtube movie template page ran into problems
> after I upgraded to the latest Flash version, so I've downloaded the youtube
> and am running it out of the xerte movie icon.
> The problem I found is that the nice annotations on youtube get lost during
> this process, so I'm trying to figure out how to use addAsCuePoint to put
> some text annotations back into the movie.
> Does anyone know of any code examples around of how to do this? I've got a
> script icon after the movie icon and have added 'addAsCuePoint' there
> pointed to the ID of the movie icon, and put an interaction icon after all
> this and added an 'event' listening for the 'addAsCuePoint' event name, but
> can't seem to get it to trigger.
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