If you have Autograph 3.3 installed, the Autograph Player will have been installed at the same time, so it will be available for all the browsers listed below.
If you do not have Autograph installed, Internet Explorer and Firefox should automatically detect and install the latest Player. Furthermore any subsequent updates should be installed automatically when required.
If for any reason you find the Player is not working in your browser, you can click on these links to re-install the latest version:
• WINDOWS BROWSERS
Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera
If you are using Safari or Firefox and browse to a webpage that contains an Autograph file then it will not display. You can simply copy the url, open the Autograph player and paste the url into the address bar to open the page in the Autograph player where it will be displayed correctly.
Alternatively click and drag the following link to your bookmarks toolbar in Safari or Firefox. Then click on this link when you want to open the current webpage in the Autograph Player and it will happen automatically.
When you have your Autograph page ready,
go to . .
"File" => "Export to Web Page"
Enter title, author, and text to go above and below the player file.
Choose from 7 designs
Options (file dimensions):
Set the dimension (in pixels), eg 640x480. This is 4:3, and you may need to adjust the original window dimensions to match the same aspect ratio.
Options (HTML code):
You can copy the code for the player page and paste it directly into your HTML project, which may be in Dreamweaver or in a VLE (eg Moodle). Of course any 'Content' and 'Theme' settings are irrelevant here.
Just make sure that the location of the associated ".agg" file is referenced correctly in the code.
Here you can upload your HTML file to your FTP location.
Press "Preview" to check it out first.
Press "Generate" to save your HTML file
Here is an example of creating an
in a VLE environment