This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

FreeMind WP Browser

Description

This has been a modification of Joshua Eldridge’ Flash Video Player. Powered by visorFreemind.swf from FreeMind Flash Browser and SWFObject by Geoff Stearns. This plugin allows graphic visualization of mindmaps created with FreeMind by embedding them to WordPress posts using flash. It looks for [freemind file="path-to-some-file.mm" /] shortcode in post to embed it in a Flash presentation of the FreeMind mindmap file (.mm format).

Usage

Use [freemind file="path-to-some-file.mm" /] shortcode to embed *.mm FreeMind mindmap file to a WordPress post.
An example is [freemind file="../mind-map/example.mm" /] where mind-map directory exists with example.mm inside it and the WordPress domain lies is in the same tree position (i.e.some-wordpress-directory) relative from the web root.

As the width of an actual FreeMind file is usually large, adjustment can be done from Freemind ‘Options’ panel to make it appear in a single-uniform size of width and height in the post flow.

Screenshots

  • Example of a post showing embedded .mm file over flash
  • 'Options' menu to modify width and height for the whole mind map appearance

Installation

  1. Upload the whole freemind-wp-browser directory and content to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

I have activated the plugin, flash supported browser, but don’t see the mindmap in the post. What do I do?

Check and make sure that you have the appropriate path of the mindmap

Contributors & Developers

“FreeMind WP Browser” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.1

  • First release.

1.2

Add two files due to 404 statistics showing that mediaplayer/visorFreemind.swf is making reference to them:

  1. index.mm basically just a dummy FreeMind file (when no .mm file loaded and the flash projector is called)
  2. flashfreemind.css which is also added to the SWFObject rendering variable as CSS File

These are minor workarounds. The best is of course to work directly with the flash sources and remove those references.