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Re: [Swftools-common] Source-code related question. Hard to subject.

From: Chris Pugh
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] Source-code related question. Hard to subject.
Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2009 22:30:14 +0100

It doesn't appear to be the player itself...

Maybe this random link will help you forward?


A good  search will bring up a lot of details on this issue, including
info on constructing your own custom cursors.

Unfortunately, I have not really played with as3compile.  I may need to,
since a lot of things don't appear to work as expected when using
version=9/10. ( you needs a better man/woman to advise.  Matthias? ;o)



2009/7/14 Matthew Ayres <address@hidden>:
> Hi,
> This question is going out to two types of reader, those who tinker with the
> source code of swftools (especially Matthias, of course) and those who use
> Linux.  First, some background on the problem.
> I'm trying to hide the mouse pointer in my flash file, which is fine in and
> of itself, but there is a peculiarity in Linux right now.  In the
> stand-alone player the pointer is hidden, just as one would expect, but when
> embedded into a web page it is not.  This is a well recognized deficiency of
> AS3 mouse hiding under Linux (I haven't found an explanation for it yet
> though).
> However, examples written in AS2 successfully hide the mouse!  Now I don't
> know whether the difference here is down to the AS version itself, or how
> it's handled by Adobe Flash Player for Linux, or what, but I had an idea and
> I would appreciate input.
> Might it be possible to alter some of the as3compile code so that it will
> implement AS2's method of hiding the pointer?  Can that conceivably work, or
> is it totally incompatible?
> Or is anyone aware of another way around this problem?  It's very
> frustrating!
> -Matthew

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