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gerard1938 Posted - 07 Jul 2016 : 07:33:15
Using 'picture ref' together with 'sound tool' I placed one .gif plus one .wav (both coming from one .mp4) into my page resulting in a perfect synchronously running movie picture under mouse over/out.
Funny however is the fact that the exported .dhe (the .html) only shows the .gif, but no sound.
What's wrong ?

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gerard1938 Posted - 20 Jul 2016 : 12:03:43
Yep Davide, that's it. Don't ask me why I converted the .mp3 into a .wav. But crazy enough the fact that the geologist's .gif refuses to show up since. Just go over 'springlevend' on the very first page. And it's not the only one...
the geologist.gif was set on the foreground and 'under construction.gif' one layer downward)
s.dav Posted - 18 Jul 2016 : 09:07:23
It works perfectly on Chrome, IE has usual has problems.
I suggest you to use a .mp3 audio and use the specific extension to play it
gerard1938 Posted - 15 Jul 2016 : 05:42:52
Here you'll find all (compressed) files; the exported .html included.
s.dav Posted - 11 Jul 2016 : 07:20:58
Send me the .dhe file and I'll check ;-)

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