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4 June 2009 at 2:20am
If you're in an Attachment control, you don't need the $Attachment reference. $URL will suffice.
<% control Attachment %><a href="$URL">Download</a><% end_control %>
are the same.
<% control Attachment %><a href="$Attachment.URL">Download</a><% end_control %>
Is looking for the Attachment property of the Attachment object, which of course, doesn't exist.
4 June 2009 at 8:29am
thanks a bunch ! It works.
Now i will start with playing around with formatting.
I would appreciate if you could append the example template with this hint you gave me here - maybe it will help others ?
20 August 2009 at 10:37am
DOM module is great and starting to get a better understanding about the classes and arrays. The thing I don't understand is the $player variable called in the gallery and the resources example. Any pointers on where I can find more about this. It wasn't working for me with the resouces.ss example. Do I need some kind of imagekit to get it working such as FFMPEG?
Also the VideoPage.SS example uses a few variables which made SS crash such as $CroppedImage. I'm pretty sure that is an FFMPEG problem but it is hard to know for sure or where to find out.
Appreciate all the help and what you have done for the community.
20 August 2009 at 12:19pm
The video features require FFMPEG to be installed on your server. You can test this by adding "FLV::echo_ffmpeg_test()" in your _config.php.
21 August 2009 at 6:18am
Thanks very much. I think I'm going to have upgrade my shared hosting account.
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