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The Flash Module allows for SWF file uploads to the Library which can then be used in Layouts.
Click on Flash from the Widget toolbar and click to add or drag and drop
From v3.1.0 use the Library other media search and filter by Type to select Upload new and add to a Layout:
The file uploader will open on adding the Flash Widget:
- Click Add files and select the file(s) to upload
- Give your file a Name for easier identification in the CMS and an optional Tag.
Flash files can also be directly uploaded to a specified Folder location.
There is an option to Set Expiry Dates and times for files uploaded to this particular Widget.
Tick the Set Expiry Dates box.Please note: Expiry Dates are currently not supported for the Linux Player!
Select Start and End dates and times.
Use the check boxes to remove the media file from the Playlist on expiry and delete from the Library.
Click the Start upload button to begin the upload of all files added. If a Folder/Expiry Dates have been selected and there are multiple files to be added, all files will be uploaded to the specified location and have the same Expiry Dates set.
Once successfully uploaded, click Done.
Files can also be uploaded individually and have different Folder locations/Expiry dates and times specified. Instead of clicking on the Start upload button, click on the blue upload button shown at the end of the row for an added file.
Click on the added Flash Widget to open configuration options in the properties panel:
- Make edits to naming of the Widget if required
- Tick the Set a duration to provide a specific duration
Actions can be attached to this Widget, please see the Interactive Actions page for more information.
|Android||No||Not supported, see note.|
|Linux||Partial||Support via the browser component can be unstable.|
Please note: As Adobe has discontinued development and support for this application the Flash Module is no longer supported on Android. After extensive testing, it was found that instabilities in the Player could cause the Player to close. Should you still choose to run via the Flash Module or on embedded websites, it will render using the Flash application if available. However, if you have stability problems with your device this may be due to the running of Flash content.