[Pachy-Dev] Re: Frame Editor Update
johnson at nmc.org
Fri Feb 17 22:33:50 PST 2006
You can only use a new frame when the presentation is downloaded and run
locally or on a web server. Essentially you replace the standard frame
files with the new ones.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Hapgood" <thapgood at gmail.com>
To: "Joshua Archer" <joshua at cdl.edu>
Cc: "Liang Shao" <liang at mail.arts.ubc.ca>; "pachy-dev"
<pachy-dev at lists.cdl.edu>
Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2006 12:30 AM
Subject: Re: [Pachy-Dev] Re: Frame Editor Update
> Liang and Josh:
> Once I have a frame built, how do I get it into my presentation? I'm
> building my presentation on the NMC server. Not sure what to do with
> the xml file.
> On 2/14/06, Joshua Archer <joshua at cdl.edu> wrote:
>> Thanks, Liang, for the hard work on this.
>> (I am cc'ing the pachy-dev list, to follow our ethic of developing
>> out in the open)
>> I'll move the swf files over to the dev server as soon as I can get
>> it up on its feet (dev.pachyderm.org) -- I'm still having issues
>> getting the code to run there. Once it's in a place we can test, I'll
>> put it through its paces. Until then, we can manually copy these
>> files into published presentations and that should do the trick as well.
>> Thanks again for the hard work, I think we can get some people
>> testing the frame editor right away, and copying the pertinent files
>> into the published presentations to test the final products.
>> On Feb 14, 2006, at 12:21 PM, Liang Shao wrote:
>> > Hi all:
>> > This is the link to the Frame Editor: http://ccw.arts.ubc.ca/pfe/
>> > How to use:
>> > 1. Entering the page: http://ccw.arts.ubc.ca/pfe/.
>> > 2. As a first time user, follow the link at bottom: /"If you are a
>> > new user to frame editor, *Enter Here*"/.
>> > 3. Next page, your presentation folder is created. You may write
>> > down
>> > the unique presentation ID for future reference. Follow the link
>> > to continue.
>> > 4. You may add text, image to the stage, adjust text font, size,
>> > color, adjust image size. Select an image or text block by mouse
>> > click on them. The size adjusting button is a small square that
>> > will appear when the object is selected, drag this box to adjust
>> > the size. Also when an object is selected, you can move an object
>> > by dragging them. you remove it from the stage by click on
>> > remove,
>> > and add or remove a URL link associated with the object.
>> > 5. You may change the color of the stage background and the
>> > navigation button.
>> > 6. You may name your presentation setting and click on save to save
>> > your configuration.
>> > 7. After it is saved, you may take a look at the xml data file,
>> > continue to work on presentation editing, or archive the
>> > presentation for publishing.
>> > 8. Once the presentation is published, you can download the zip
>> > file,
>> > and view the frame setting in flash file root_border.swf.
>> > Josh:
>> > I have made a few changes to these 3 swf files in order to work
>> > with the function of the Frame Editor, they are root_border.swf,
>> > FETextBox.swf and FEImageBox.swf, I have uploaded the latest
>> > version to SubVersion at revision: 1247. Please test them and if
>> > they are alright, have them write over the old files. Thank you.
>> > Regards,
>> > Liang
>> Joshua Archer
>> Software Engineer
>> CSU - Center for Distributed Learning
>> Phone: 707.664.2085
>> Fax: 707.664.4350
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