Viewer upgrades are backwards compatible and therefore, no changes are necessary to your existing web code. However, it is recommended that you test the new viewers on Adobe’s staging environment. The following website gives instructions on how you can set up your system to access Adobe’s staging server:
After you have set up your computer to access the staging server, you can check your website to test the upgrade. For customers using out-of-the-box viewers, best practice is for you to test against Adobe’s standard staging server and s7is1-preview-staging.scene7.com.
IMPORTANT: The latest version of Firefox now prevents the Adobe Flash plug-in from running on websites by default. If you have deployed the Scene7 video player that uses the Adobe Flash plug-in on desktop systems, you have the following three options:
Users see a prompt at the top of the web page they are viewing in Firefox. In the prompt, they can either choose to continue blocking the plug-in or allow the plug-in to run, in which case the video plays as usual.
Set the video player to playback=native mode. Doing so plays the MP4 video progressively.
Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10 - Zoom works incorrectly if the width property is defined for IMGs in the CSS.
Known issues and restrictions for 5.2.2
The Image Serving modifiers from iscommands are not added to the req=set request by design. Modifiers that only affect image display work fine. Modifiers affecting size must be used in a complex asset. For example: