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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...
ps:
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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