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Using the Advanced Multimedia Program for Registered Active


 
bapmvsaysi Ok I just purchased the Advanced Multimedia Program for the Active Ebook Complier 4.01 which I registered several Months ago. Now, I know that there are the Basics in the Multimedia Program but I cannot still understand it. I cannot get my Music Added....does anyone know how to do this.

And, I DO NOT SEE ANYTHING ABOUT THE : On Start and On Exit, what is this for???

I'm sorry but I am new to all this, part can someone help me please???

Oh, and why can we only have 20 Pages in Active Complier???
Some of my files are more than that??

Help PLEASE Thanks In Advnace
bapmvsaysi


Posted on: 11:12 pm on November 5, 2001
EBookCompiler Hi there

Sorry you've lost me

There should be a limit of 20 pages. You can have as many as you want

The OnStart/OnExit commands allow you to run Activ Scripts when the e-book starts and exits

This is available in the standard version of Activ

For example, try entering in OnStart

##MESSAGEBOX('Hello World')

When you enable the multimedia extension there are additional Activ Script commands,which you can use both inside the ebook HTML and in OnStart/OnExit. For example if you have a video called video.mpg

##AMM.VIDEOFULLSCREEN('{ebook}\video.mpg')

As I say, I'm kinda lost where you're struggling.  Please email me at webmaster@ebookcompiler.com or post here, and I'll try to help


Posted on: 2:35 pm on November 15, 2001

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