scorch parameters in raw HTML

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maestroc
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scorch parameters in raw HTML

Post by maestroc » Mon Mar 05, 2007 10:35 pm

I am using a third party program to embed my sibelius scores into my web site rather than using the Save As dialog in Sibelius. This is necessary in order for the sibelius files to display properly in my web site template.

The problem is that the developer did not enable the print and save icons. I need to know what line or parameter in the code that Sibelius creates when you do a Save As Scorch controls the print icon. I have looked through the HTML code but can't figure out which statement is controlling that print icon. The code is shown below:

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<object id="ScorchPlugin"
					classid="clsid:A8F2B9BD-A6A0-486A-9744-12345D898429"
					width="604"
					height="823"
					codebase="http://www.sibelius.com/download/software/win/ActiveXPlugin.cab#3,0,0,4">
			<param name="src" value="09Percussion.sib">
			<param name="type" value="application/x-sibelius-score">
			<param name="scorch_minimum_version" value="3000">
			<param name="scorch_preferred_version" value="3000">
			<param name="scorch_shrink_limit" value="90">
			<embed src="09Percussion.sib"
					 scorch_minimum_version="3000"
					 scorch_preferred_version="3000"
					 scorch_shrink_limit="90"
					 width="604"
					 height="823"
					 type="application/x-sibelius-score"
					 pluginspage="http://www.sibelius.com/cgi/plugin.pl">
			</embed>
			</object>
The code shown above correctly displays the print and save icons. What part of it must be included in the third party developers code to enable printing on my documents?

I hope this makes sense.

Thank you in advance for any help you might be able to provide.

Sincerely,
MaestroC

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Sebasian
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Post by Sebasian » Thu Mar 15, 2007 11:11 pm

You need to Export as a Scorch Web Page, selecting the options you want. Then edit the .html file created to suit your page. Or at least read the file to see what it says.

If you thinking of "Save As", what version of Sibelius are you using? It may be too early a version for enabling print and save.

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