Change absolute link to relative link
chipp at chipp.com
Mon Jan 31 19:48:25 CST 2005
I suppose you have a number of QT players which have absolute link paths.
Put all the QT Mov files in the same folder as your application.
Then in your openStack handler:
set the filename of player "myPlayer1" to "myPlayer.mov"
set the filename of player "myPlayer2" to "myPlayer2.mov"
If this doesn't work correctly, it might be because your players are
already assigned the filename. In that case try:
set the filename of player "myPlayer1" to empty
set the filenmee of player "myPlayer1" to "myPlayer.mov"
this 'cycling' of the filenames forces the player to load correctly. Of
course, the QT mov may automatically start, so you should take care of
that with a stop command.
Stephen Van Esch wrote:
> Any takers on this one? Or should I just start from
>>I've got my first small project assembled. However,
>>didn't realize until the end that Quicktime files
>>be in the same folder as the Rev application for
>>to be correctly bundled with a standalone.
>>I've tried to move all the Quicktime files into the
>>Rev application folder and relink all of them using
>>the inspector. However, when I try to move between
>>cards after changing the link the following message
>>"A stack with the same name as the one you are
>>to load is already open. Before loading ..... what
>>you want to do with stack ....?"
>>I've tried saving, purging and cancelling at this
>>point. None seem to work and only seem to result in
>>Rev hanging (reinstall required as mentioned in the
>>archives), corrupting the relinked Quicktime files
>>losing the new links.
>>Is there an easy way to change the absolute links to
>>relative links without a problem? Or do I have to
>>start from scratch?
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