Before elements (i.e. video, image, sound and links) are added to an Mz3 Title, the parameters should be ckecked and adjusted. Sometimes that’s forgotten. Or it turns out later that parameters should be changed.
Since there is no “multi-selection” and … Read the restMore
Version 126.96.36.199 was streamlined regarding the user interface:
New buttons and new positions should make it easier identifying what to do next.
The main changes had been explained in the former blog post about v188.8.131.52 already.More
BTW: Versions 184.108.40.206 and … Read the rest
Dozens of parameters can be adjusted to fine tune the look & feel of MegaZine3. In fact, there are more than hundred parameters that can be used. Sounds scary, but the good news is: All parameters use default values and … Read the restMore
A question about how to best manage different versions of an Mz3 Title was asked in the forum.
Instead of a lengthy answer it will be best to summarize the suggestions and answers in a special post: This post 😉… Read the restMore
If an Mz3 Title is started in a Browser using FLASH, a preloader is shown during startup. This preloader is synchronized with MegaZine3 (separate program but exchanging data over the API) and shows a closing ring segment. With the MegaZine3 … Read the restMore
A link can be imported from a PDF file, or added to the created Mz3 Title interactively to a page as “element”.
If a PDF file contains “real” linke, those are imported during the conversion into SWF files. … Read the restMore