just adding the folder containing the flash libs to your OS's PATH variable
On Friday 04 June 2010 17:52:29 Dr. X wrote:
> Hi Oliver,
> I still have trouble seeing flash contents in QWebView. It keeps asking
> me to install Adobe Flash Player. Here is my application
> data\Mozilla\plugins\ folder.
> NPOFF12.DLL npnul32.dll npqtplugin3.dll npqtplugin7.dll
> NPSWF32.dll nppdf32.dll npqtplugin4.dll plugins.folder.txt
> QuickTimePlugin.class npqtplugin.dll npqtplugin5.dll
> npdeployJava1.dll npqtplugin2.dll npqtplugin6.dll
> I am not sure what is missing. My Firefox plays youtube.com just fine.
> Putting these files in the program's executive folder does not help.
> Please help. Thanks so much.
> On 6/4/2010 5:00 AM, Oliver.Knoll@xxxxxxxx wrote:
> > Dr. X wrote on Friday, June 04, 2010 4:12 AM:
> >> Hi Oliver,
> >> These are my global settings
> > They look good to me.
> >> QWebView* view = new QWebView;
> >> view->load(QUrl("http://www.youtube.com"));
> >> view->show();
> > That should work! At least that's how it works for me on Win XP / Qt
4.6.1, with Flash Plugin 10.0.x (installed via Firefox). And I just noticed
this page which describes the plugin locations:
> > http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.6/webintegration.html#netscape-plugin-suppor
> > t
> > I once was guided to this following blog (Dec 10, 2009):
> > http://blog.forwardbias.in/2009/12/flash-in-qgraphicsview.html
> > It sais that several patches have to be applied to Qt as to make Flash in
> > QGraphicsView work on all platforms ("What follows is a brief summary of
> > my work and the list of patches that you will need to get Flash working
> > with Qt 4.6.0."). I am not sure whether these patches have already been
> > incorporated into the latest Qt (4.6.2) or will be in the upcoming 4.7.
> > Anyway, this seems to affect you: "All windowless mode changes for Linux
> > are part of Qt/WebKit 4.6. QGV on linux can display Flash only in
> > windowless mode. If Flash is in windowed mode (like in youtube), it does
> > not work." (that would explain why you don't get anything while in
> > QGraphicsView, while when looking at a web page in a "normal" QWebView
> > you are at least asked for the plugin).
> > Note that "windowed" or "windowless" modes are not specific to Flash -
> > that is how plugins in general are interacting with the browser: either
> > they take full control over mouse/paint events etc. or are informed by
> > the browser that they should react to these. Very informative blog!
> > Anyway, that article might contain the answers you are looking for.
> > Cheers, Oliver
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