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PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 10:37 am 
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Hi all I am new to this software and have a problem, I can play the 360 SWF file tour no problem on my mac, then save it to external hard drive and try to play on Windows laptop with win 7 OS, Adobe flash player installed and various SWF players but no ways will it play can anyone help I am sure there is something I am missing.
Thanks iMedia.;)


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 10:56 am 
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Hi all I am new to this software and have a problem, I can play the 360 SWF file tour no problem on my mac, then save it to external hard drive and try to play on Windows laptop with win 7 OS, Adobe flash player installed and various SWF players but no ways will it play can anyone help I am sure there is something I am missing.
Thanks iMedia.;)

Welcome to the forum...

Are you copying all the files that comprise the tour from your Mac to the Windows system?

Anyway...the simplest way to ensure you have all the required files is to create a new folder for each tour and save to that folder then copy the entire folder to your other system.

It would also be sensible to save with an HTML template enabled so you can then open the HTML file rather than open the SWF - that way the fullscreen feature will work which it won't if you open the SWF directly.

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Hi Andrew thanks for your help will try that and let you know.iMedia


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Hi Andrew thanks all now OK


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