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You know what… I tried this before I had posted this thread, however, I used the traditional HTML method of adding H x W, and it failed. Now if I include it in the prettyPhoto format —- http://URL.swf?width=792&height=294” rel=”prettyPhoto[flash]” —- it works just fine.
Thanks so much for the assistance, Dude. Y’all are alright in my book.
My apologies… this is the correct link: http://www.jasonwbrown.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/bad.swf
Thanks again, Dude.
Hey there, Dude… no problem.
Here’s a portfolio example with a SWF file: http://www.jasonwbrown.com/portfolio/work-item/bad-company-digital-ad/
You’ll notice that the SWF runs fine when opened in a new browser tab or window, however it doesn’t want to run within the lightbox.
I really appreciate your help, man…
Hey, Dude… thanks for the response.
Yeah, I had tried that initially, but there’s no playback at all. The lightbox comes up in the correct dimensions of the SWF, but it’s just blank. I’ve used prettyPhoto before, and I know it’s possible, but I just can’t seem to figure out why it’s not working within the Angular theme.
Any other suggestions? Is it possible for you to give it a try on your end to see what may be causing it to not work?
Thanks again, bruv.
Are you referring to header fonts or the paragraph font for the theme?
Here’s a list of web-safe fonts that you can use by just editing the paragraph and header font codes via css: http://www.fonttester.com/help/list_of_web_safe_fonts.html
Otherwise, just tell you’re client that there’s really no need to go above and beyond the standard fonts that come with the theme. There’s a TON they’ve provided, and to be quite honest, there’s a few that look pretty damn close to Gills.