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I'm having problems loading images into slideshowpro player.
The request http://dublindocumentary.com/test.html works.
The request http://www.dublindocumentary.com/test.html does not show the images.
I have a cross domain file http://www.dublindocumentary.com/crossdomain.xml (http://dublindocumentary.com/crossdomain.xml) that contains both of these domains.
What am I doing wrong?
edit: Sorry, spoke too soon Let me check...
I was indeed.
Tim's suggestion solves the "fade to white" problem, but it produces poor quality images. Without smoothing, the images have jagged edges.
I have tried removing the crossdomain.xml file and using only one domain, but I still have the "fade to white" problem. I don't understand why this fails as all the data should be coming from the same domain.
Is there any mored detailed information on the fade-to-white problem? The link above states "For now, turn off smoothing..". Is this a recent problem with flash that is being explored?
I have another web site that uses the same basic approach and it does not have the problem
There isn't anything we can do about it, unfortunately. It's an issue with FlashPlayer and what Adobe considers different domains. FlashPlayer doesn't consider permissions in crossdomain.xml when modifying bitmaps. I have no idea why...
FlashPlayer consider "http://yourdomain.com" and "http://www.yourdomain.com" two completely separate and unrelated domains. To make things smoother (no pun intended ), you should always stick to one or the other when building your website. It won't stop someone from manually navigating to the other type, but it will help.
As for poor quality images, you should be fine if you are exporting your "Large" images approximately the same size as your slideshow. This won't work, for example, if you are using "fluid" or some of the other scaling options.
I don't know enough about Flash to really pinpoint the problem. My guess as to why one of your sites works and the other doesnt:
* Different hosting setup (maybe rewrite rules in .htacces?)
* Slightly different code