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Gallery Builder

It never was so easy like now to show photos in an amazing view. It's like one-two-three: choose photos, customize any of 11 galleries, publish the gallery. That's all. More Info

Publishing the gallery

Publishing without a configuration file

  1. Drop the gallery’s component to the stage from the Components panel.
  2. Drop component on stage
    Fig. 1. Gallery Flash Component

  3. Set a name for the gallery’s instance in the Properties panel
  4. Properties panel name
    Fig. 2. Name for the gallery’s instance

  5. Set a position and dimensions of the instance in the Properties panel
  6. Properties panel
    Fig. 3. Position and dimensions

  7. Customize the view of the gallery using parameters in the Parameters panel or the Properties panel
  8. Parameters panel
    Fig. 4. Component parameters

  9. Set values for the parameters “imagesFolder” and “thumbnailsFolder”. (If you do not set paths to these folders you should include it by yourself in the path to every image, e.g. “images/1.jpg”)
  10. setting folders
    Fig. 5. Path to images and thumbnails folders

  11. Open the actions panel or the main class of your flash-movie

  12. Fig. 6. Actions panel

  13. Set all info about images as follows:
  14. galleryInstance.items=[{source:”1.jpg", thumb:”1t.jpg”, description:”first image”},
    {source:”2.jpg", thumb:”2t.jpg”, description:”second image”},
    {source:”3.jpg", thumb:”3t.jpg”, description:”third image”}];


    Fig. 7. Info about images

  15. Build the gallery with added items:
  16. galleryInstance.build();

    Fig. 8. Build the gallery

  17. Now you can publish your Flash movie.

Publishing using a configuration file

An XML or JSON file can be used to add gallery images.

  1. Drop the gallery’s component to the stage from the Components panel.
  2. Drop component on stage
    Fig. 9. Gallery Flash Component

  3. Set a position and dimensions of the instance in the Properties panel
  4. dimensions
    Fig. 10. Position and dimensions

  5. Customize the view of the gallery using parameters in the Parameters panel or the Properties panel
  6. Parameters panel
    Fig. 11. Component parameters

  7. Set values for the parameters “imagesFolder” and “thumbnailsFolder”. (If you do not set paths to these folders you should include it by yourself in the path to every image , e.g. “images/1.jpg”
  8. Setting folders
    Fig. 12. Path to images and thumbnails folders

  9. Create a configuration file with info about images using a JSON or XML structure
  10. Set a path to the configuration file using the parameter “configPath” in the list of parameters:
  11. path to the images folder
    Fig. 13. Path to the configuration file

  12. Now you can publish your Flash movie.