It would be great, if someone could help me. I'm still going to make that workaround for users who only have local browser capabilities. I'm thinking it could be an alert, rather than just something in the console where there would already be errors anyway. Have a question about this project? If I use password protection via. I think something like this would be worth adding to the loadSound method itself, rather than just the example sketch, and possibly to other p5 loadFile methods -- what do you think? When I start the chromium webbrowser via chromium --disable-web-security --user-data-dir, I get the expected result. I tried my best, but I still did not find a way to succeed.
We use this for createAudio in. So the partner includes this js with their data and postcards are rendered on his website. I want to use Snap! I've seen some courses let students pick what language they want to learn next and any of those would make a great jumping off point for dozens of simple to advanced projects. But it would probably be most useful to focus on creating a local server. I think, it 's a newbie question, but where do you saw the error message? So, in order to set a header, I imported Snap! But the Media Element isn't as powerful as an audio buffer, so this wouldn't be able to do all of the things that a SoundFile can do unless we can extract the MediaElement as a buffer source for a SoundFile. Firefox and Chromium seem to have no problem loading a local audio element.
To post to this group, send email to To unsubscribe from this group, send email to For more options, visit this group at -~----------~----~----~----~------~----~------~--~--- Ok, end of the story now. I guess, I might need a little more help. We want to enable partners to display postcards on their website using this widget to display postcards from specialgreetings into their site. In addition to the posting of : As a teacher, I am aiming to use Snap! I read the instructions on enable-cors. It would be great, if my students could use the feature without keeping an eye on the appropriate browser configuration. If I use password protection via. Have a question about this project? It is just for the purpose of testing and will be deleted afterwards.
To post to this group, send email to To unsubscribe from this group, send email to For more options, visit this group at -~----------~----~----~----~------~----~------~--~--- So, this doesnt make sense to me but i'm new to this. Are you using jsonp:'jsoncallback' to change the name of your callback function? My problem is partly solved. It's a little awkward, I agree, but no more so that manually instrumenting files. I don't have a link handy but I think there's one on the Snap homepage. I've included a simple server in the project testserver.
Sadly, this still does not work with the iceweasel webbrowser. My next approach was not successfull. . If so it'll use that source and then remove it from the session storage. My repositories generally look like this:. I just got a small, empty balloon. Both audio and video elements can start playback before they've finished loading.
Having to manually select all the source files is terribly less than ideal, but it does work and it's the only non-xhr way of getting to the source of. I read the instructions on enable-cors. Whatever you use there is the parameter you need to look for. If any are missing it will update the dialog and prompt the user to select the remaining scripts. I think, it 's a newbie question, but where do you saw the error message,? I can't reproduce the same error. So the partner includes this js with their data and postcards are rendered on his website. I guess most people would just double click index.
A few days ago, I wrote: Hopefully, someone can help me out with the eagerly-awaited browser independent solution. From what I've found so far, this. After all the files are selected and load, blanket would compare the files loaded from the input, with the list of source files it needs to cover. I am not quite experienced in these things, but I don't think that I can do this while using the free services of my provider. Click the link would trigger the html5 file input.
Please help me understand why this is giving me the invalid label error: Here's the js call. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or mute the thread. Whatever you use there is the parameter you need to look for. To post to this group, send email to To unsubscribe from this group, send email to For more options, visit this group at -~----------~----~----~----~------~----~------~--~--- sounds like a cross domain Ajax request - which is not allowed. I am only allowed to upload files. If there are several source files in different directories this could get ugly, but if that's the case then they may need to run a local server.
Hi everyone, i've been working on a project here of late, and I took a break from it and came back to it today. The solution is to use relative paths instead. I think, I just have to do the appropriate configuration using the. Hopefully, someone can help me out with the eagerly-awaited browser independent solution. Whatever you use there is the parameter you need to look for. Take a look at enable-cors. I want to stay focussed on a project, that mainly uses Snap!.