ActiveX Settings contains three different settings for your Juggled application:
ActiveX Settings : Enables you to provide an installer for the Flash ActiveX (.ocx) control within the Juggled application itself.
Jugglor now allows you to distribute the appropriate Flash OCX Control (or
Flash Plugin) when you are using a Flash SWF file with your Juggled application by including the control's installer in your Juggled application's executable (.exe) file.
Jugglor has two separate ways to display Flash content to the end-user: (1) Using Jugglor's Flash engine or (2) Using the Flash ActiveX (.ocx) control. Some users also call the Flash ActiveX control the
Flash Plugin. If you wish to use the ActiveX control it must be installed on the end-user's computer and to provide this, Jugglor now allows you to distribute this ActiveX control within the Juggled application itself.
With both methods, you are allowed to edit the text on the confirmation dialog to your preferences.
In this section you can add/remove options for your Flash File and Desktop Toy. You may also enable/disable the Desktop Toy option.
The General Settings tab is present in the ActiveX Settings section of your Juggled application. This settings tab controls the Desktop Toy (Character) of your Juggled application.
This innovative addition to Jugglor provides a unique Character who can bounce, jump around and do many things. There are two ways of making a desktop toy. The first (and more powerful) is the way the slug uses it: \Program Files\FlashJester\Jugglor v30\Examples\Desktop Toys. In this mode, the player is actually full-screen, but (with the help of the Actionscript) the transparent parts (background) are cut.
The second way is to use our predefined movements. Jugglor has added several pre-defined movements for the Desktop Toy, saving you hours of work if you were using Flash for the same purpose. You may use various settings to control the Desktop Toy here.