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Flash Dialogs

Flash dialogs include the Insert Flash and Change Flash dialogs that allow end users to insert flash content to the editor and change it, respectively.

A dialog can be invoked in the design view in the following ways.

Expanded Dialog Structure

A flash dialog contains the three tabs listed below.

Tab caption Tab visibility Description
From your computer HtmlEditorInsertMediaDialogSettings.ShowFileUploadSection Allows end-users to upload their local files.
From the gallery HtmlEditorFileManagerSettingsBase.Enabled Allows end-users to add to editor content flash files from a predefined gallery. You can customize the gallery settings using the HtmlEditorInsertFlashDialogSettings.SettingsFlashSelector and HtmlEditorInsertFlashDialogSettings.SettingsFlashUpload properties.
From the web (URL) HtmlEditorInsertMediaDialogSettings.ShowInsertFromWebSection Allows end-users to upload files from the web.

When the More options check box is selected, the dialog displays the settings section, which allows end-users to customize flash element settings (size, position, description and style settings such as margins, border and CSS class). You can hide the check box by setting the HtmlEditorInsertMediaDialogSettingsBase.ShowMoreOptionsButton property to false.

Expanded Dialog Customization

You can customize dialog settings programmatically by using the HtmlEditorDefaultDialogSettings.InsertFlashDialog property; or using the design-time ASPxHtmlEditor Designer.

View the Demo

To see this feature in action, refer to the following online demo: Insert Media Content

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