So many of you are probably using the new Windows 7 beta that’s available from Microsoft.Â IfÂ you’re usingÂ Windows 7 x64 (64-bit) and have installed Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4) you’ll notice that the Adobe PDF printer has not be installed.Â This may apply to previous versions of the Adobe Creative Suite as well.Â From what I also understand, this fix works for Vista x64 (64-bit) as well.Â If you’re missing your PDF printer, please continue reading to learn more.
Since the first thread showing you how to execute Lightbox scripts from Flash was such a big hit, I decided to write another showing you how to gain even more functionality in this regard. Tonight I will be showing you how to initiate a Lightbox containing a Flash movie from a Flash movie, and how to initiate Lightbox groups containing images as well as Flash movies. All of the following scripts can be used in the same page if you wish, you just need to include all of the following delegates into your project.
Tonight I’ll be showing you a tutorial on how the guys over at Panic Studios created their sick website navigation for their new flagship product, Coda. Now you can put this innovative effect into use on your own projects. For those of you who haven’t seen it yet, you can check it out here - Panic Coda
This tutorial may get a bit complicated for the average joe. So if you’re not in the mood for some reading, I suggest you jump to the bottom of this article and download the source. This way you get to tool around and get some hands on time.
This evening I will be showing you how to execute my Lightbox++ script from a Flash movie. You’re not only limited to Lightbox++, as you can use this tutorial with any Lightbox scripts based on Lokesh Dhakars Lightbox class. How is it done? Simple really. We setup something similar to what .NET programmers refer to as a Delegate. This will all be explained in a minute, so lets begin.