Wrong video showing, why?


(Joao Ribeiro) #1

Hi again folks,

My work is almost done. I prepared a version of my website for mobiles with Hype3 but something weird is happening. The buttons call the right scene with the right footage in it but, when tested in a web browser, the buttons under the residencial tab in fotos are not showing the right page.
I am sending a link to download the files, but the project is a bit big, be prepared to download about 184 Mb.
Any help will be much appreciated.
I am enclosing a zip file with a ciberduck configuration that will allow you to connect to the server.
problem@joaoribeirofoto.com.br.duck.zip (1.2 KB)

Thanks in advance,

Joao


(Mark Hunte) #2

Not everyone has CD, also tried it by using the details in another FTP app. does not connect.

You could try and use something like https://wetransfer.com


(Joao Ribeiro) #3

Here it goes with wetransfer:


The only problem with wetransfer is that the index.html file is among all the other files in the index.hypersources file, so you will have to recreate the file.
Cheers,

Joao


#4

It’s best if you send the .hype file, but first add it to a Zip file. I recovered your document (and it is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/f75szbs6pskzojx/document.zip?dl=0 )

It looks like you have a mouse click action on your group which you should remove – a mouse click action on a group will be triggered before any mouse actions assigned to the individual elements.


(Joao Ribeiro) #5

Thanks Daniel!
Next time I’ll send the .hype file.
Well, I removed the action as you mentioned but the videos are still wrong.
I downloaded your files too but they are the same.
What’s weird now is that the Hype3 is crashing when I call the browser to test the page.
I rebooted the mac to see if it would solve it but no.
To test now I have to export the project and open the html file directly.
I’m on a MBP running High Sierra, ssd drive and 12Gb Ram.
Any thoughts?
Thanks,

Joao


#6

That’s weird, can you try this terminal command?

Can you double check that your mouse click actions are setup to point to the correct video?


(Joao Ribeiro) #7

Hi Daniel,
The terminal command worked.
Sorry it took me so long, I was travelling.
The project is with that weird behaviour thou.
Thanks,

Joao


(Joao Ribeiro) #8

BTW, I double checked and the page is pointing to the right page, but it is loading the wrong one.


#9

You have objects over other objects that have a low opacity, so they are still ‘clickable’. One way to overcome this is to set the ‘display’ to hidden until you want that object to be clickable.

Here’s how I would structure this: https://we.tl/t-Ehj7hSiM3F


(Joao Ribeiro) #10

I see, so if the iten is not visible it cannot respond to a click while if it is visible but transparent it will. Am I correct?

Thanks


#11

Yup: A low opacity (even 0) item still receives clicks. An item with Display: Hidden is not there, so it won’t respond to the Mouse Click event.


(Joao Ribeiro) #12

Ok, it is working fine now. One more doubt, how can I make a text, longer than the screen, scroll swiping the screen?
Thanks again,

Joao


#13

You want to set Content Overflow to ‘Auto Scrollbars’ on the shape where the text is:


(Joao Ribeiro) #14

Thanks Daniel, but it didn’t work.
The screen capture you sent didn’t show the botou part so I don’t know what you did at the bottom.

Cheers


#15

If you preview that on a browser, scrolling (while the mouse is on it) will scroll that section down so you can read it all. If you were viewing that on a mobile device, you would scroll directly on the text (drag from bottom to top) to see the entire content. Is that what you had in mind? Try out what I did and see if that suits your needs.


(Joao Ribeiro) #16

Correction, it worked!
I dragged the end of the text field down until it reached outside the canvas, so it was not working.

I made it smaller and it is fine now.

How can I insert indentations? It doesn’t accept regular html tags, does it?

Cheers,

Joao


#17

It sure does: https://tumult.com/hype/documentation/3.0/#inner-html