[Newbies] Re: Accessing projects from a Web page
Klaus D. Witzel
klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Sat Jun 10 03:49:04 UTC 2006
Would some good soul please have a look a the plugintest.html page, which
on my platform starts with the following text in the plugin window: Hello
This window was opened by some code in the file plugintest.sts, which was
downloaded by your web browser. The browser started the Squeak Virtual
Machine (C:\Program Files\Opera\Program\Plugins\Squeak.exe) with a default
object image (C:\Program Files\Opera\Program\Plugins\SqueakPlugin.image).
Since you are reading this I guess all is okay then ...
Click FIND in the Navigator bar below to load some example projects. You
can get a larger view by clicking "Escape Browser".
1) there is no Navigation bar (so no escape from the browser)
2) the heigth of the plugin is insufficient for reaching all items of the
world menu (i.e. the desktop menu)
Since this is a test page, me too would like to see it work.
BTW the Fullwindow mode link works here and let me access the desktop menu
from the world menu.
Thank you in advance.
On Fri, 09 Jun 2006 15:40:52 +0200, Bob Courchaine <bobc at nfldinet.com>
> Hi, Mark!
> It's not really clear below how you "linked to a project".
> Here's a test and an example of the HTML you use to access the Squeak
> Plugin, which is what Squeak Projects need to run in a browser:
> Hope that helps!
> Mark McCarty wrote:
>> Is there a trick to accessing Squeak projects from a Web page?
>> I built a Web page and linked to a project I put on my Web server which
>> is hosted by a third party ISP.
>> Instead of opening the project when the link is clicked the Windows
>> download dialog box displays. I have to click the Open button to display
>> the project. It works but I'd rather have the project display without
>> the dialog box.
>> Any ideas?
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