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RE: [Swftools-common] swfviewer and "wild" swfs

From: Goldstein, Seth
Subject: RE: [Swftools-common] swfviewer and "wild" swfs
Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2009 08:29:56 -0500

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> address@hidden On Behalf Of John
> Francis Lee
> Sent: Sunday, March 08, 2009 11:11 PM
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> Subject: [Swftools-common] swfviewer and "wild" swfs
> Hello,
> Using pdf2swf I made a series of swfs and made a page to display them
> using zviewer, or swf document viewer from
>   http://swfviewer.blogspot.com/2009/01/initial-release.html
> The pages I made are at
>   http://www.robinlea.com/rimes
> You choose a letter and then a rime.
> The problem is that the swf plays itself, in the "normal" fashion,
> before it "settles down" within the viewer. I asked Chris Rusu how to
> eliminate this behavior but he thinks it's a function of the way I
> created the swfs using pdf2swf. I note that the demo on Chris' page
> exhibits the same behavior, although much more quickly presumably
> because his pdf and resultant swf are much shorter.
> Does anyone have any insight into this problem? How can I keep the swfs
> from running on their own before sitting tamely within the viewer?
> Thanks for the great tools and all your help using them.
> --
> John Francis Lee
> 1025/37 Thanon Jet Yod
> Mueang Chiangrai 57000

I believe what are you looking for is this command line argument for pdf2swf:

"-t , --stop                    Insert a stop() command in each page."

Which will stop the swf from playing through.  It'll load the swf and just stop 
on the first page, waiting for you to manually page through using the viewer.

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