pythonCOM with Flash

Guyon Morée gumuz at looze.net
Fri Jun 13 14:16:17 CEST 2003


So, if I understand correctly I cannot use Flash as a GUI without another
GUI to contain the flash object.

am I right?

"Mark Hammond" <mhammond at skippinet.com.au> wrote in message
news:xEhGa.3736$GU5.50995 at news-server.bigpond.net.au...
> Bradley Schatz wrote:
>
> > Makpy finds two typelibraries for Shockwave Flash 1.0 If I look at them
> > using the MS COM Object viewer, I see that one of them points to an .ocx
and
> > the other points to a .oca
>
> I'm not familiar with .oca files.
>
> I'm uninterested in flash :)  I use Mozilla as my day-to-day browser for
> a number of reasons, and am happy that I actually need to go out of my
> way to enable flash support there.
>
> But I did have a fiddle, and it all seems to work OK
>
> > I have modified the webbrowser.py example to use flash - the source is
> > below.
> >
> > When I use the IID that points to the ocx (begins with D27) I get the
> > following trace from within pythonwin:
> ...
>
> > com_error: (-2147319779, 'Library not registered.', None, None)
>
> I just removed that line :)
>
> > #FlashModule =
> > gencache.EnsureModule("{D27CDB6B-AE6D-11CF-96B8-444553540000}", 0, 1, 0)
> > FlashModule =
> > gencache.EnsureModule("{E69E19FB-B24A-4AA2-9E1A-3C6E59F587FC}", 0, 1, 0)
>
> Deleting that second line, and uncommenting that assignment works for
> me.  I get an AtributeError for Navigate, but examinining the generated
> .py file shows no such method.  I see state event change calls.  You are
> going to need to be willing to experiment :)
>
> Mark.
>






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