How can runrevWeblet work directly within html-mail?

Andre Garzia andre at andregarzia.com
Tue Jun 30 09:23:42 CDT 2009


Robert,
do not bet on it. Different email clients use different renderers for email
display. Some will use some full featured HTML renderer such as webkit or
IE. Others will be like Rev Text Field and allow some minimal text styles
and thats all.

If I were you, I would not try to load plugins, I don't think that will
work.

Send a URL link and ask them to click, it's better.

:D

On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 10:29 AM, Robert M. <rman at free.fr> wrote:

>
> Hi, maybe not the right place to post, but can't find anyother place..
>
> So I'd like to be able to attach a runrevWeblet to a mail and have it run
> directly within mail app & equivalents.
>
> Is this.. total dream, or feasable, in the future? When??
>
> So far i've juste experimented by trying to send as email the page of the
> "pionner" runrevWeblet test page.
> I get 2 results : sometimes juste the colorful background, other times just
> blank page with cube & "?" as if mail did not find a plugin... I guess it
> has something to do wit layers. depending which layer is "taken" !
>
> If anybody ahas any clue and particularly runrev.. ??! thanks!
>
> It's not that dramatic : I can always send a stack as attached file and
> have
> it opened as a stand alone by the side, but it would be simpler and cleaner
> to have it oepend directly within mail.. and it could open up some nice
> perspectivs!
>
> Robert
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