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  • Plugin Author pupunzi

    (@pupunzi)

    Hi,
    The tiny button get active only if the cursor is on a link pointing to an mp3 file. First click on the multimedia button of the editor page, include an mp3 audio file, place the cursor on it and the button get active letting the player customization.

    Bye,
    Matteo

    wow, thanks!

    a bit cryptic, but it works.
    Actually one doesn’t need to do it that way, through the visual editor, no? The other mp3 links on the page just show normally (the standard settings).

    Another strange thing is that it doesn’t show the progress line under the song’s title, it’s just white…

    Any plans to include .ogg, mp4 etc?

    Thank you 🙂

    Plugin Author pupunzi

    (@pupunzi)

    Yes,
    All the other mp3 links get the default settings. You have to use the Tiny button only if you need a skin customization, or if you want that an mp3 link should not be rendered as a player or make a player active on page loaded.

    For the progress… it should be displayed… if you see it white there could be some CSS interferences with your theme :-).

    For the .ogg, actually it would support the ogg for FF; I don’t implement it on the WP plugin to simplify the including process. Now the only think you need to do is to upload an mp3 file that will be rendered as HTML5 on all the browser except FF where a Flash player is used instead. I think that this satisfy almost everybody.

    Bye,
    Matteo

    yes , nice, but does it fall back to a flash instance included in the plug in or the standard of FF?

    If not, can I insert flash in the plugin myself somehow?

    thanks again.

    Plugin Author pupunzi

    (@pupunzi)

    it fall back to a hidden flash instance included in the plug in that get the same javascript method for the controls actions. The player itself is the same for both (flash and HTML5) and the controls actions are retrieved either by the AUDIO tag or by the flash player if the audio is not supported by the browser. nothing change for the user.

    Bye,
    Matteo

    perfect, thank you 🙂

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