AI-Flash'In ASP.net component allows you to include a Flash-movie on your Webform with a
few mouse clicks. You can parameter all the Flash player native properties.
The swf selection to play is activated through a standard dialog box. Sizing and
positioning are done with the mouse and moving is played at design-time. With
Flash-inside, it is now possible to include a movie with a simple drag and drop.
With AI-Flash'In, you can use a click event. A click event in the flash movie can be handled in a webform by adding a few code in the movie. You can add a sensitive area (using a clip or a button).
This actionscript code cause the page to be posted back to the server, throwing the serverside click event on the AI-Flash'In control.
No help file..no on click event
Reviewed by: bmorgan135 on Thursday, May 27, 2004
Sorry folks, but this control has no help files that I can find and the on_click event will not fire. I will show the .swf file correctly but you cannot access anything on the property menu. No explaination for what each property is??
Can't get past the install
Reviewed by: Bill.NET on Monday, May 10, 2004
We use a lot of Flash content in our pages. Was thinking of creating a component to simplify the html portion, when I saw this component that appears to accomplish the task. On attempting an install, the setup program does not allow a choice of install locations and forces an install into the Default Web directory of IIS (it does allow you to change the name of the Virtual Directory, but not where to install it).
According to the error message I received during install, I don't have sufficient priveleges for the install. I happen to be the system admin and have both Domain Admin and local admin rights on this computer.
After several attempts using different logins, both Network level and local level, with always receiving the same error message, I have decided to write my own component. It will be quicker than figuring out a way to install this program.