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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by vld » 23 Oct 2009, 16:36

stepand76 wrote:I can do an option for ignoring shortcuts, but I'm not sure if it is the right way...
SelfMan wrote:A checkbox "[x] send keystrokes directly to flash application" (i.e. ignore all keystrokes except Alt+F4 for close application.) or a toolbar button (on/off) in the viewer window would help.
I like this feature when it is needed, but someone may have written a program which uses the spacebar. On the same wavelength as SefMan, maybe just the option to ignore the "spacebar" would do, as long as the spacebar is the only key affected. I don't like the option to ignore all keystrokes since you may need to use your keyboard in some programs.

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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by stepand76 » 25 Oct 2009, 21:03

vld wrote:I like this feature when it is needed, but someone may have written a program which uses the spacebar. On the same wavelength as SefMan, maybe just the option to ignore the "spacebar" would do, as long as the spacebar is the only key affected. I don't like the option to ignore all keystrokes since you may need to use your keyboard in some programs.
vld, I don't agree with you. Why spacebar only? There should be a swf application that depends on Backspace, F key and other...

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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by vld » 25 Oct 2009, 21:26

what I am saying is that if the spacebar is the only key you recognize in your plugin, then option to turn that on or off. If you are using more keys other then spacebar, then they should all be turned off....unless you want to start configuring keys in your plugin, which I'm sure you don't

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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by stepand76 » 25 Oct 2009, 21:54

vld wrote:what I am saying is that if the spacebar is the only key you recognize in your plugin, then option to turn that on or off. If you are using more keys other then spacebar, then they should all be turned off....unless you want to start configuring keys in your plugin, which I'm sure you don't
Just look into plugin window menu and you will see what key shortcuts used...

Viewer plugins in AS:
Ctrl+O, Ctrl+R, F, Space, Backspace, Ctrl+Space, Ctrl+Backspace, Shift+Space, Shift+Backspace

Flash Player plugin adds:
Ctrl+Enter, Ctrl+Home, Ctrl+Left, Ctrl+Right

So the secure way is an option to turn it off at all.

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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by vld » 26 Oct 2009, 15:46

Taking another look inside the plugin, I see a lot of keys that are being used and a need for them if the time arises. This is your plugin and what you decide is best, then we will need to accept it. IMHO, an option to easily turn the keys on or off would be best, if that is even possible.

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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by stepand76 » 06 Nov 2009, 10:41

vld wrote:I have several SWF games in the same folder I accidentally found out tonight that if you hit the spacebar while in that particular SWF, it moves you to the next SWF file.
vld, could you please attach (or send me) a SWF that require spacebar? I need to test the new feature. Thank you.

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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by vld » 06 Nov 2009, 13:11

actually all you have to do is put several .swf files in the same folder and view one of them. I can't recall off the top of my head which one requires the spacebar, but I will send it once I find it

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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by stepand76 » 04 Mar 2010, 14:00

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Version 0.7.0 (4.3.2010)
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[*] Built with Delphi 2010.
[+] Enhanced "About" window.
[+] Added an option to save possion and size of viewer's windows.
[+] Added an option to prefer keyboard shortcuts in main menu.

Legend 
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[*] Change 
[-] Bugfix 
[+] New feature, enhancement
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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by markiecork » 21 Apr 2010, 14:55

I make flash project.I want to convert .swf file to .exe file.
Can any one tell how to convert .swf file to .exe file?
Please tell me the which option is use for it?
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Re: Flash Player Plugin

Post by stepand76 » 21 Apr 2010, 15:38

1. You need Flash Player executable. If you not have it, you can download it for example here.
2. Set the path to a Flash Player executable. In viewer use the "Options -> Player..." command to choose it.
3. Use the "File -> Create Projector..." command to create projector of current SWF (convert SWF to EXE).

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