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  1. My group of coders build/deploy flash games to several different sites, and it's usually fairly straightforward. One of these sites used to have a flash-based container that would load in our games, and it worked fine. But the people on that team who knew AS3 left, so they made a new container that is primarily javascript, with a thin AS3 shim to load in the games. This works fine for debug builds, but things slow down to a crawl when we try release builds (load times go from 30 seconds or so to over ten minutes). Their old container doesn't have an issue with release builds. This week wa
  2. I'm using this function to get the MP3Loaders from within the xml xmlLoader = new LoaderMax({name:"aName", autoDispose :true, onComplete:propsLoaded}); xmlLoader.append(new XMLLoader(loaderPath, {name:"anotherName" , autoDispose :true, estimatedBytes:841 })); xmlLoader.load(); private function propsLoaded(e:LoaderEvent):void { var curPageLoader:LoaderMax = xmlLoader.getLoader("loaderrr"); //get the pages LoaderMax stored within the xml //curPageLoader is NOT null, but it contains NO loaders inside - it should containt 2 MP3Loaders according to my xml }
  3. xmlLoader = new LoaderMax({name:"aName", autoDispose :true, onComplete:propsLoaded}); xmlLoader.append(new XMLLoader(curTaleDirectory+ "/" +Constants.PROPS_XML_FILENAME, {name:"anotherName"+_taleId.toString() , autoDispose :true, estimatedBytes:841 })); xmlLoader.load(); private function propsLoaded(e:LoaderEvent):void { var objects:Array = e.currentTarget.content; var taleProps:XML = objects[0]; // This ONLY works on mobile devices..! //TODO: Why doesnt it recognise the WHOLE file? trace(taleProps); // prints this: <?xml version="1.0"
  4. Hello! Is it possible to load objects outside the "complete" events ( LoaderEvent )? Right now, it's like this: function initLoader():void { xmlLoader = new XMLLoader( "PathToXml/xml.xml", { onComplete:loadData } ); xmlLoader.load(); } function loadData( e:LoaderEvent ):void { loaderMax = LoaderMax.getLoader( "loaderID" ); loaderMax.addEventListener( LoaderEvent.COMPLETE, completeLoader ); loaderMax.load(); } function completeLoader( e:LoaderMax ):void { texture1 = TextureFromBitmapData( LoaderMax.getLoader( "image1" ).rawContent.bitmapData ); texture2 = TextureFromBitmapDat
  5. I'm trying to check for the existence of an XML file — I'm doing this by doing a bogus load and returning the value of success or failure, thus: public static function RFIDExists($func:Function):void { var filename:String = RFID_READ_FILE; TTUtils.trc(7,"RFIDExists $func", $func); var loader:XMLLoader = new XMLLoader(SERVER_PATH + filename, {onComplete:function() {$func(true)},onIOError:function() {$func(false)}}); loader.load(); } Where $func is a function that will be called and take action based on the result. It works perfectly. My question is that the IDE keeps
  6. I've been using XMLLoader to write XML files via a php script: private static function sendXML($xml:XML):void { // declaring var xmlcontents String. You should set this first. var xmlcontents:String = $xml.toString(); // declaring var SERVER_PATH String. This is the path for the saving-xml.php. var SERVER_PATH:String = TTConstants.SERVER_PATH + "/php/"; // declaring var foldername String. This is the folder container of the saved XML file var foldername:String = "../xml"; // declaring var dataPass URLVariables var dataPass:URLVariables = new URLVariables()
  7. I am trying to upload some graphic assets using XMLLoader and have noticed an unusual behavior concerning the estimatedBytes property. The XML file xml/assets2.xml does contain the estimatedBytes declared for all the xml childs and xml/assets.xml does not. Everything works fine if estimatedBytes is explicit declared, but if I omit it, the preloader bar jumps ahead. Shouldn't work just fine for both cases? Am I doing something wrong? I have uploaded the files so you can take a look. Desktop.zip Edit: I am testing with Flash CS6(simulate download)
  8. hi, thank you for this great and useful tool. my xml: <data> <ImageLoader name="digital_01" url="imgs/digital_01.jpg" centerRegistration="true" width="640" height="400" twx="342" twy="391" kw="230" kh="200" load="true"/> <ImageLoader name="digital_02" url="imgs/digital_02.jpg" centerRegistration="true" width="734" height="400" twx="594" twy="389" kw="215" kh="192" load="true"/> </data> as3: var queue_xml:XMLLoader = new XMLLoader("imgs/digitals.xml", {name:"digitalsXML", maxConnections:1, estimatedBytes:5000, onChildComplete:imageCompleteHandler, onC
  9. I'm creating this xml file using PHP. When I setup php to echo the follow. Her is my issue. This doesnt work: <data> <LoaderMax name="queue" prependURLs="Images/" childrenVars="width:700,height:630,scaleMode:proportionalInside" alpha="0" load="true"> <ImageLoader name="Company Logo" url="Bed_bath_and_Beyond.png" estimatedBytes="31641" width="750" height="275"/> <ImageLoader name="Image" url="T-shirt.jpg" estimatedBytes="8611" Item_Id="1" Title="Men T-Shirts" Quick_Desc="Starting at $14.99 each..." Savings_amt="65% off"/> <ImageLoader name="Image" url="T-shirt.j
  10. Hi, (first of all, sorry I posted a reply instead of creating new topic before, newby) I have a Loadermax with multiple loaders (image, xml, video and selfloader). All them have estimatedBytes and autodispose = false. I also have progress, complete and onError handlers set up. Testing for errors, I get the complete event fired before the onError event...... the onError handler would have a boolean to let the whole thing to start or not. so, why does the onComplete fires before the onError? Thanks Al
  11. When nesting loaders in an XMLLoader, I can use prependURLs to modify the location in which the assets are loaded. Unfortunately, if "../" was part of the URL path, the result is an invalid path. // example: inside data/assets.xml <SoundLoader url="../shared/sound1.mp3"> w/ prependURLs "http://foo.com/game/", this becomes: "http://foo.com/game/../shared/sound1.mp3" when it should be: "http://foo.com/shared/sound1.mp3" I was able to resolve this issue with an update to the LoaderMax.prependURLs method: public function prependURLs(prependText:String, includeNes
  12. I have an XMLLoader which loads an XML containing 2 LoaderMax objects, one with load="true" and one with load="false". When the XMLLoader triggers onComplete, I start my app and want to request the second LoaderMax to start. When I do this, however, the assets never seem to start loading. Am I calling things correctly? // XML <GameAssets> <LoaderMax name="Subload" load="false" childrenVars="autoPlay:false"> <VideoLoader url="videos/Main/M1.f4v" name="M1MainAnimation" autoDispose="false" /> </LoaderMax> </GameAssets> // AS3 private functi
  13. I can't figure something out. I am trying to: Simply stated, I have loaded an XML doc. Changed it within Flash. I then want to update the XML doc on the server. Then reload the XML back into Flash. I have one main .xml document - "StudentXML.xml" (This is the file I want to overwrite with new info - it is also the file I read from with the application begins.) And one main .php document - "index.php" (sorry for my crappy naming standards..) Here is the PHP code I found (hoping it would do what I wanted) located in "index.php": <?php $filename = "StudentXML.xml"; $raw
  14. Hi, I am trying to load some images from xml with LoaderMax. When the LoaderMax finish his images loading he try to load himself, In the childComplete function I use the rawContent, but when the LoaderMax try to load his own instance I get an error says that loaderMax don't have rawContent. To bypass it I use this if statement if (event.target !="LoaderMax 'loaderMaxName'") I am sure there is better way to bypass it, What can I do? Thanks, DingoMan
  15. Hello GreenSock! Congrats for your Amazing job. I’m really a first timer with AS3, Greensock and have no skills with programming. I just made a huge personal flash website and I was stacked with the LoaderMax and XMLLoader. Never made it work. (Need a lot of studying) But this tutorial helps me like a charm: (thanks to Carl) http://www.snorkl.tv...-the-xmlloader/ From the XML file, I load with succeed, the Main swf plus 200 swf files. Main swf loaded at x:0 y:0 and all other swf files at x:3000 and y:3000 Just far away from the stage. Everything load and work ok, bu
  16. I'm porting an existing flash framework for an online course that previously had all of the assets hard coded in AS3 over to LoaderMax. I'm planning to externalize all references to the media assets (video, swf) along with course settings to a single XML and load with LoaderMax. The XML file also contains cuepoints for each node that trigger timeline labels using TimeLineMax when a videocuepoint is reached. I've done some testing using addASCuePoint with VideoLoader. Looking for suggestions on the structure of the XML so that it best supports the LoaderMax platform. Is it better to add
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