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  • I have emailed CU3OX support but still have not had a response. Been trying to work this out again but still am struggling.

    :S

    dvent

    Having same problem.. Their instructions are extremely vague in my opinion.. They are making it sound like you just copy the code in your page but it has to point to the files to make it run somehow.. uploaded the folders to the root but not sure how to point to them from the copied code.

    Hi,

    I know this is quite an old post now but did you have any luck with it?

    I’m just about to treat it as a generic swf file and get just a regular plugin to see if that can handle it, but I’m not sure how to get it to look at the images in the ‘image1’ file.

    I got an email response but it was like a robot just reitterating the instructions on the website. I want that slider!

    Hi. Someone recently came to my tech blog and asked for a solution to this.

    I thought I’d post my answer in case it can help anyone:

    Firstly, I’m not a fan of Flash for several reasons…the most important one being that I’m a big iPad and iPhone user these days, and Flash is not suppported.

    But…to answer your question, try this ‘cu3er-post-elements’ WordPress plugin, it might do the trick if you configure it right:
    http://18elements.com/tools/cu3er-post-elements

    P.S. – You might also want to check out my new WordPress Help & Training meetup group (see the ‘Read more about us’ link).

    ~Jeff

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