Director test


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I've been busy these past few days working on assignments, not the least of which is for Interactive Digital Media where we are working with Macromedia Director to create interactive web pages. I couldn't resist making a little game, even if it has been done before, to get familiar with Director's lingo. So here's my project, so far, in an attempt to get Director shockwave files to appear in the MT entry section of my weblog...

Update: ok, so it didn't work. The picture above is just a screen shot, though I haven't given up yet. Embedding Director (.dcr) files should not be difficult to do (hopefully). If anyone knows anything about how to do this, please let me know. In the meantime, here's a link to the project on its own page.

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Try publishing the file in Director... ;-)

If you want to put it on your own page, look at the html it generates. ;-)

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Ted, thanks for the tips. I did publish the Director file, which produced a (.dcr) file and a (.htm) file. I copied the code from the htm to my entry in MT, Shockwave loaded, but there was no display... nothing. Not sure what I did wrong, but I'll keep trying to get it to work.

I want the file to appear as any other graphic might right within the blog entry. Do you think it's possible?

Thanks again for your help. How is your project coming?

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yeah. i emailed you my answers. :-P

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