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by Kabir(Quark)
20 Jul 2007, 04:12
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Auto running an SWF in a web site
Replies: 15
Views: 15848

Auto running an SWF in a web site

Hi Jonathan Glad to be of assistance! One thing I noticed is that your swf does not play in a loop i.e. it stops at the image of the jeep. Is this intentional? If you would like it to play in a loop do let me know how you have created your project. Is it by using auto advance feature with multiple p...
by Kabir(Quark)
19 Jul 2007, 23:15
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Auto running an SWF in a web site
Replies: 15
Views: 15848

Auto running an SWF in a web site

Hi Jonathan I used the phashowcase.swf in a web layout and it plays just fine. Please ensure that you follow the steps below: 1)Create a new web layout 2)Create a picture box and do a get picture (Ctrl/Cmd + E) 3)Choose the phashowcase.swf file 4)Ensure that the first frame of your swf is shown as a...
by Kabir(Quark)
17 Jul 2007, 09:01
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Quark Interactive Designer - EMAIL LINKS
Replies: 3
Views: 456

Quark Interactive Designer - EMAIL LINKS

Hi Wilderspin Sure , you can do this. Please follow the following steps: 1) Select the text you wish to click to bring up the default mail client window 2) Rigth click on the text and apply hyperlink from the context menu 3)In the url field type mailto:kschandhoke@quark.com if you want to send an em...
by Kabir(Quark)
16 Jul 2007, 08:55
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Slideshows
Replies: 4
Views: 486

Slideshows

Hi Stephanie There is a way to enhance the quality of the flv files that are created out of QuID. In the object tab , with the video object selected click on the "Export settings" button , and from the "Streaming bit rate" dropdown select the highest value i.e. 4096 You will notice a huge improvemen...
by Kabir(Quark)
16 Jul 2007, 07:26
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: General
Topic: Saving a file as jpeg or tiff
Replies: 3
Views: 120

Saving a file as jpeg or tiff

Hi Billy

Please have a look at this post and let me know if it helps.

http://www.quark.com/service/forums/vie ... hp?t=18433

-Kabir
by Kabir(Quark)
15 Jul 2007, 22:27
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Slideshows
Replies: 4
Views: 486

Slideshows

Hi Stephanie

Could you please let us know what format these slideshows are in (swf or flv?) and what is their exact dimensions and resolution?

Thanks,
Kabir
by Kabir(Quark)
15 Jul 2007, 22:25
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Scrollable Text box
Replies: 2
Views: 340

Scrollable Text box

Hi Stephanie I noticed that you are already using TextBox object types on your site. To make a TextBox object scrollable simply choose the "Scrollable" option from the "Display As" dropdown for TextBox objects. This dropdown is just below the "Object Type" dropdown in the object tab of the interacti...
by Kabir(Quark)
15 Jul 2007, 22:21
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Cursor in Window object
Replies: 2
Views: 370

Cursor in Window object

Hi Chris Yes , you could make sure that there is no change in the cursor when you mouse over a window object. For this , go to the Event tab in the interactive palette and with the Window object selected in the objects list , click on the Cursor dropdown , here you can choose the "No Change" option ...
by Kabir(Quark)
10 Jul 2007, 12:58
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Slideshow and fuzzy type
Replies: 5
Views: 556

Slideshow and fuzzy type

HI Stephanie

After changing the video type to flv and exporting , did you change both the main swf file and the _VideoFiles folder hosted on the web server?

Regards,
Kabir
by Kabir(Quark)
10 Jul 2007, 09:16
Forum: General authoring questions
Topic: Slideshow and fuzzy type
Replies: 5
Views: 556

Slideshow and fuzzy type

Hi Stephanie

Is the slideshow box that you are referring to a video object?

If yes , then could you change the video type of the Video object from SWF to FLV?

I am also looking into the fuzzy text issue and get back to you as soon as I have something.

Regards,
Kabir

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