flash-based document viewer component
This adds FlexPaper
capabilities to Foswiki.
FlexPaper is an open source light weight document viewer component designed to
work together with libraries such as PDF2SWF
, making it possible to display PDF
files in Adobe Flex and other Flash based applications.
FlexPaper displays documents in your favorite browser using flash. Its way of
reusing display containers makes it possible to view large documents and books.
- embed a PDF document into the webpage
- Supported Parameters:
| Parameter: || Description: || Default: |
| file to preview || required parameter |
| topic where the attachment is attached to || BASETOPIC |
| width of the document viewer (e.g. 800 or "100%" || 800 |
| height of the document viewer || 600 |
| initial zoom factor that should be used. Should be a number above 0 (1=100%) || 1.0 |
| initial layout of the viewer after the document has been loaded || fitwidth |
| switch on/off print tools in the toolbar || on |
| switch on/off viewmode tools in the toolbar || on |
| switch on/off zoom tools in the toolbar || on |
| switch on/off navigation tools in the toolbar || on |
| switch on/off cursor tools in the toolbar || on |
| switch on/off search tools in the toolbar || on |
| switch on/off fullscreen tools in the toolbar || on |
| switch on/off all of the above tools || on |
You do not need to install anything in the browser to use this extension. The following instructions are for the administrator who installs the extension on the server.
Open configure, and open the "Extensions" section. "Extensions Operation and Maintenance" Tab -> "Install, Update or Remove extensions" Tab. Click the "Search for Extensions" button.
Enter part of the extension name or description and press search. Select the desired extension(s) and click install. If an extension is already installed, it will not
show up in the
You can also install from the shell by running the extension installer as the web server user: (Be sure to run as the webserver user, not as root!)
perl tools/extension_installer <NameOfExtension> install
If you have any problems, or if the extension isn't available in
, then you can still install manually from the command-line. See https://foswiki.org/Support/ManuallyInstallingExtensions
for more help.
|swftools||>0.9.0||Required for converting |
pdf to swf
| 29 Apr 2022:
|| docu fixes; fixes for build script
| 25 Aug 2011:
|| added FLEXPAPERINIT; upgraded to flexpaper-1.4.5
| 06 Dec 2010:
|| initial release