Mario

I'm afraid file:// will not work with the web player. Resources need to be loaded through http(s).
User avatar
Mario

Mario
  • Posts: 2352

Danny-Ditto

Now I'm working on a larger project that uses a lot of content. And all this content has many stages of coordination. A convenient base is needed for the screening of all elements. A web player could handle this, but it turns out that everything works, you need hosting. It would be nice if it worked locally. :'(
As I understand it now there is no solution?
User avatar
Danny-Ditto
  • Posts: 2

Nate

It's not up to us, it's how web browsers work. For security reasons they won't load local content. You can run a local web server very easily though. Eg if you have Python the command is python -m SimpleHTTPServer, described briefly here:
spine-runtimes/spine-ts at 3.8
User avatar
Nate

Nate
  • Posts: 9958

Danny-Ditto

@Nate
Just analog dragon bones has such an opportunity. I don’t want to invent a bicycle in the form of local hosts or introduce people to Python.
I hope this opportunity will appear in the future. Thanks for the answer
User avatar
Danny-Ditto
  • Posts: 2

Mario

It is possible using data URIs. I'll add an example to our GitHub repository.
User avatar
Mario

Mario
  • Posts: 2352


Return to Editor