Welcome to the FAQ page. Walk through the most common questions & answers, to save me from repeating myself!
If you think there is some entry missing, feel free to report any additional question through the contact page.
No! You can edit nearly everything with the provided XML files. There are hundreds of XML options which will allow you to create and customize your projects out of the box!
If you don’t know how to handle XML files watch this video tutorial.
Yes, you can do this once you have embedded correctly your charset from the flash source. In most cases it’s enough to open the library with F11 and just switch the font.
If you still have issues, then create an empty dynamic text field outside the stage and embed the charset from there.If you don’t know how to add special characters watch this video tutorial.
Keep sure you’re linking the new fonts correctly on both XML setup and CSS classes. You must use the correct font names which can be copied in the trace of the Flash IDE as shown in the guide.
Probably nothing to worry about. Keep sure you have published your SWF file in the right place and you’re testing it online. Some files are not allowed to be played locally like youtube videos or flickr photos unless you’re running them in the Flash IDE .
The provided source files publish in the root of the deploy folder, you must drag the flash files inside the SWF folder to get a clean and working site once you open the html pages. Keep also sure your XML links are correct, avoid using uppercase and try using absolute links if it’s not working on your server. If there is still an issue with the loading process, test it in the Flash IDE and watch the trace where it shows exactly the node and what kind of problem occurred.
If you’re loading content from other domains keep sure you’re loading the crossdomain.xml from that domain with the correct rules. Read more about Policy files here:
You can either do it yourself by editing the provided source files or you can hire me and I’ll do the dirty work for you. Just contact me for a quote.