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AutoPlay Media Studio adds new actions
Version 184.108.40.206 adds Web.LoadHTML and QuickTime.GetVolume actions.
Creating a CD-ROM AutoPlay menu with AutoPlay Media Studio.
AutoPlay Media Studio is a development tool that will allow you to easily integrate your existing audio, video, images, text, Flash, Web sites and scripts by simply dragging and dropping the media files directly into your project. It has a friendly, easy to use interface, which doesn't require any programming knowledge to use and is compatible with Windows 7.
Updates in V220.127.116.11
- Added a Web.LoadHTML action that can be used to load a string of HTML into a web object.
- Added a QuickTime.GetVolume action that returns the volume level of a QuickTime object.
- Added a list of files to ignore from building, exporting and resource cleaning, found on the "Build" page of Edit > Preferences.
- Fixed a bug where visual styles would no longer work at runtime when the "rename resource files" option was enabled.
- Fixed a bug where DialogEx resize option was not working.
- Fixed a bug where closing a DialogEx with an active timer would cause a crash.
- Made it so that UPX compression would not be applied when runtime skins are used.
- Fixed a bug where the Application.LoadScript action would always fail.
- Fixed a bug where some buttons on the property grid would not work for plugin objects on dialogs. This would only effect the design environment.
- Fixed a bug where some audio events were not firing properly.
- Fixed a bug where the right-click Unlock option was not working on the Object Browser pane.
- Fixed a bug where keyboard shortcuts were not working properly in the Object Browser pane.
- Fixed a bug where windows that were previously maximized would not restore to the maximized state after being minimized to the system tray.
- Fixed missing "pairs" statement in distributed files "DelimitedStringFunctions.lua" and "ListBoxEx.lua" in ..\Gallery\Scripts\.
- Sped up the loading of very large archived projects and templates.
- Improved the performance of AutoPlay Media Studio when a tiled background is used on a page or dialog.
- Fixed a bug involving loading of 8-bit bmp files.
- Fixed a bug where the border of the RichEdit object would sometimes become invisible when the user would type in it.
- Fixed a bug where using the QuickTime.SetProperties action would cause certain QuickTime events to no longer fire.
- Fixed a bug where QuickTime.SetProperties was not restarting the movie if the Autostart option was turned on.
- Made it possible for xButton objects to use 32-bit icons for its button image.
- Made it so that hidden files are now included in the template and project archive creation process.
About Indigo Rose
Located in Winnipeg's historic Exchange District, the Indigo Rose Corporation has been developing innovative software development tools for a worldwide client base since 1991. The company is a leading provider of software development tools used to facilitate Windows based software installation, patching, updating and deployment. Its products AutoPlay Media Studio, Setup Factory and Visual Patch are recognized leaders in the software development tools industry. They are the recipients of numerous awards, including the Java Developer's Journal World Class Award, Internet Eye Editor's Choice, Simply the BestGold Award and the Indezine Magazine 5 Star rating. Additionally, all Indigo Rose products contain extensive multilingual localization features, a fact recognized and applauded by their global developer base. Indigo Rose products are in use by thousands of corporate, government and ISV developers who use our runtimes to reach millions of users worldwide. The company's dedicated staff are committed to producing innovative tools to help accelerate and further the business goals of its customers.