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Old 2nd February 2011, 09:28
ADogAndAMan ADogAndAMan is offline
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Now that you've changed all the old embeded players, the lack of the ability to browse through on demand videos is readily apparant. A Button that navigates away from the ebeded page is counter productive to the whole purpose of embeding the player.
So a simple feature request. Bring back the menu system or similar for the New Player.
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Old 2nd February 2011, 10:27
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Now that you've changed all the old embeded players, the lack of the ability to browse through on demand videos is readily apparant. A Button that navigates away from the ebeded page is counter productive to the whole purpose of embeding the player.
So a simple feature request. Bring back the menu system or similar for the New Player.
ADogAndAMan,

I believe you'll find the new combo widget will meet your needs. You can get this at the bottom of the player window, click "grab widget." From there you'll be redirected to the Channel Widget Gallery, where you can configure the widget to your liking.

I hope this helps meet your needs.

Matt Baron
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Old 2nd February 2011, 10:33
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Use the embedded combo player.
When embedded, look above chat. there is a video tab, it lets your viewers navigate the On-Demand folder structure.

A second option is to use the separate embedded players for the video and library. BY DEFAULT, As you mention, clicking on a thumbnail displayed in the library widget does open a new window at livestream, NOT in your web site. NOT GOOD!

However, THERE IS A WAY TO MAKE IT PLAY THE VIDEO IN YOUR EMBEDDED VIDEO PLAYER right there on the same page.

Check out the user guide. The instructions for modifying the embedded code are there somewhere. If you can't find it, I'll see if I can locate it for you. At the moment I don't remember exactly where the info is.

Bob Grosh, Producer of TallasseeTV.com
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