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Here is another update to the Xspf Jukebox, version 5.9.4. There are many small fixes which take care of a number of bugs.
A couple of additions are
The Jukebox is now able to be loaded as a child to any other flash movie, no problem. It can be included in Flash sites or applications without having to be loaded from the Html page. This update also fixes bugs with reading stats, and adds additional accessible information through the “statsurl” interface.
It’s been awhile, but I am slowly getting things worked out. This is a small update to allow for a duration variable in the playlist. This fixes the “Jumpy” scrub bar, but inserting the wrong number will cause unexpected results. Use the <duration> tag in the playlist, and insert [number of seconds] x 1000.
The first Xspf Jukebox update in a couple of months, to celebrate my 17th. This update fixes all of the bugs that have been brought to my attention, as well as adding some new features. Some changes include autoresume carrying the paused state, as well as the shuffled playlist order, through a refresh. Repeating track and playlist problems have been resolved, as well as internet radio issues. New additions include a scrolling playlist to show the current track, a play state display for skins (shows play/pause/stop icon), and a customizable format for track labels using the “format” variable. Just type exactly how you would like each track label to appear, using “-creator”, “-title”, “-location”, and “-annotation” to insert their respective values. For example, “Playing: -title by -creator” could output “Playing: The General by Dispatch”.
This is the second edition of my dynamic Flash slideshow, Gallery. Not having been updated in a good five months, this version fills in the gaping holes in code missing from the last version. Many things have been tweaked and updated, the visuals and animations included. There are a couple off new transitions, and additions of easing tweens for 14 total transitions with subsets to give up to 101 possible effects. The control box is now working perfectly, along with keyboard control. Use the arrow keys and the spacebar to cycle through images, pause, and play. Add music, a watermark, and as many images as possible through an easily customizable XML interface. (the flash movie needs focus to enable keyboard control, this can be done through external scripts, or by the user clicking on the movie). Flickr support has now been added as well, fully customizable as to what pictures are shown, yet simple to implement. The documentation will be updated shortly.