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years, this feature will become critical as Flash starts appearing on screens ranging from smartphones to your home entertainment unit.
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Click the Formats tab, and select the HTML (.html) file type. When you do that, the Publish Settings dialog box sprouts an HTML tab. Click the HTML tab to see the HTML settings shown in Figure 15-32.
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If you are a Dreamweaver CS5 user or prefer to roll your own HTML code, it still won t hurt to review this section, but be aware that Dreamweaver CS5 does this job for you.
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Figure 15-32. The HTML tab in the Publish Settings dialog box in Flash CS5
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As we noted earlier, be aware that using this dialog box does not convert your SWF to HTML. The best way to consider this option is like buying a hamburger at a large international chain. When the hamburger is finally ready, it will be wrapped in paper or placed in a colored box that identifies the contents. For example, you have ordered the MegaBurger, and the burger is wrapped in blue paper that has MegaBurger printed on it. The HTML option performs the same job: it provides the wrapper that tells the browser what s inside. If the Flash movie is to appear in a CSS -based layout, a lot of the options in this dialog box will not be used by the coder. Still, the HTML page to be created is a good starting point for a code jockey.
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Let s review the main features of this panel: Template: This drop-down menu contains 11 options, but they all specify the type of HTML file in which you want the SWF to be embedded. The Info button will give you a brief description of the selected template (see Figure 15-33). These templates can be found in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Flash CS5\en\First Run\HTML on your Windows machine or HD:/Applications/Adobe Flash CS5/First Run/HTML on your Mac. If you are a hard-core coder and know exactly what you are doing, feel free to change them (but only after you have made a backup of the files). Though there are a number of templates, the Flash Only template will most likely be the one you use most often.
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Figure 15-33. The Flash Only template description Detect Flash Version: This option determines whether the JavaScript code for this purpose is added to the HTML. It checks to see whether the user s Flash plug-in will work with the version of Flash Player you have targeted. If the user has the version, life is a wonderful thing, and the movie will play. If not, the user will see an explanatory message and a link to the location where the latest plug-in can be found.
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If you are a JavaScript wizard, feel free to customize the detection JavaScript to react differently if the wrong plug -in version is detected. For instance, if the IT boys have decreed Thou shalt not add software to our machines, you could rewrite the code to load and play an alternate version of the SWF instead of suggesting the user do something that is forbidden.
Dimensions: You get three choices in this drop-down menu: Match Movie, Pixels, or Percent. Select one of the last two options, and you can change the physical size of your movie. If you choose Percent, you will discover the one circumstance that allows content positioned outside the stage to possibly show. Playback: These four choices determine what happens when the movie starts playing: Paused at start: This means the user gets things going. This is very common with banner ads, and you would need to provide a button to tell the playhead to start moving, or the user would have to be smart enough to right-click and use the plug-in s context menu to select Play. Our advice Go with the button. Display menu: This option is actually quite important. It has nothing to do with menus in the movie and everything to do with Flash Player. If you test GardenFinal.fla and rightclick (Windows) or Control+click (Mac) the SWF, the menu shown in Figure 15-34 appears. This menu allows the user to modify how Flash Player displays the movie. Many Flash designers and developers turn this off because they don t want people switching to lowquality graphics or zooming in on the stage. Still, there is a very important use for this menu. If your site requires users to use a web camera or a microphone, clicking the Settings button will allow them to choose the devices to be used. Loop: When selected, this option plays the movie loop again from the beginning. If it s not selected, it plays the loop only once. The key point here is any stop() actions you may have in your ActionScript will override this selection. Device font: This selection replaces any static text in your movie with a system font _sans, _serif, and _typewriter which can result in a significant file-size reduction. The downside to this choice is that you have absolutely no control over which font is used. If the user doesn t have the three fonts installed, the machine will use one that is closest to the font, meaning the text may wrap or even change the look of your movie. Is this one of those things that falls into the category of things you should never do Not really. It is your movie, and if you decide this is the way to go, you at least are aware of the potential hazards of the choice.
Figure 15-34. The Flash menu that is displayed at runtime Quality: This drop-down menu contains the six choices shown in Figure 15-35. These specify the render quality at which your movie will play, and the choice you make determines the speed at which your movie runs on the user s machine or device. We suggest you start with Auto High, which permits Flash to automatically drop the quality to maintain the frame rate and synchronization if necessary. In many respects, this area is not one that should concern you, because if Display menu is selected, the user can change this setting at runtime.
Figure 15-35. Try starting with the Auto High quality setting. Window Mode: The selection you make here will appear in the wmode settings in the <object> and <embed> tags used in the HTML. If you are unsure as to what the choices do, just leave the choice at the default, which is Window.
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