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Hi,

I've got a client who wants oscommerce, but they've already invested in some 360 degrees flash images and I was wondering if anyone knew whether they would go into oscommerce? Basically each item that goes into the catalogue, needs to be able to have the flash image associated with it.

 

You can see the 'flash image' here - it's a selection of jpgs for each item, which people can rotate through by clicking on the image. V nice, but not sure if it'll work...

 

http://www.tg-photography.com/360viewer/bellanina.html

 

Any ideas gratefully received!

Many thanks!

 

lisa x

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sure you just need to figure out a way to have it print the code for the flash on the product pages

 

oscommerce just outputs html in the end, anything that can be done on a html page should be possible

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sure you just need to figure out a way to have it print the code for the flash on the product pages

 

oscommerce just outputs html in the end, anything that can be done on a html page should be possible

 

Could someone please explain how to do this? im also interested in doing this for a client...

 

Thing about this client is they sell customised shirts so they want to have a flash file as the main (or medium) image file with the various different attribute images turning on and off on the the main image. So, you click a certain type of collar, cuff or pocket etc and the attribute images in the flash file change on the main image as you pick and choose them.

There also needs to be a way to send the attribute selections back to oscommerce so that when the add to cart button is clicked, the product is added to the cart with the selected attributes from the flash file properly added to the product.

 

Sorry to hijack this thread but it is a cool extension on the normal flash image file scenario that would make oscommerce a million times better!

 

How could this even be possible to do? Could you use a certain url string to set the attributes? Or what other ways could you go about this?

 

Oscommerce integration into flash would be ideal...

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