I was very surprised at how simple this module was. You don't need any knowledge of scripting; you simply enter in the folder where your movie(s) located, set the width/height parameters, and that's it!
Well done Dart Creations!
I can see a lot of potential for this module!! I'm thinking of looking for other free SWF files I could use on my site... there are lots of possibilities for games and fun stuff, besides some really cool design elements.
You can use the module with just ONE swf file (like I did with Sweetykeeper), or you can run a series of them on one page.
Installation was simple. I made an article with a Loadposition on it, then selected that position for the Random Flash Module. It's really nice when something works the first time around!
This one is the closest I can find, but this one does not work in Firefox. Work in IE and Safari, but no in FIrefox.
I'll have to disagree with your generic statement that it doesn't work on FireFox. I wouldn't release something which does not outright work with a specific browser and many people (check our forums) have got it working fine on all browsers. Something specific in your setup has probably resulted in this not working correctly on your website, but dismissing the module completely as not working with FireFox is taking it a bit too far.
We all need too to offer the author funny beer he talks about as a form of compensation. He really deserves this for his brilliant work.
IN CONCLUSION... SIMPLY EXCELLENT...
Although the documentation doesn't suggest that this can be done, it works easily enough.
Just put the whole http:// path into the module setup and off you go.
But I noticed that this module will resize my flash banner to about 190px wide when the original width was 768.
Maybe it need some reparation.
Anyway, thanks to the author. This is a great one.
baijianpeng: Are you sure that this is because of the module. Could this be an issue with your template?