On a copy of Snap!, on my own hosting, I can't access projects via Snap! cloud (as expected)
But I'm sure I was able to open up projects that I'd uploaded to my hosting but for the life of me I can't remember what the url syntax should be
As an example - how can I open up a Snap! example (using URL not via menu) on the same website?
https://cymplecy.gitlab.io/Snap/snap.html <----- what goes after this?
I'm having trouble figuring this out too, surely it would've just been https://cymplecy.gitlab.io/project?username=cymplecy&projectname=example right? Nope!
It can't be anything like that as our mods can't access Snap! cloud projects.
I used to have this working a few years ago but can't remember how I did it
I think it'll be something along the lines of
I think you’ll need to provide the proper info to get arround CORS, unless GitHub doesn’t need that
There shouldn't be any CORS issue in accessing a file on same domain that the Snap! mod is running from
Ah I didn’t quite understand what was going on, and yeah I’m not sure
The redirect url function is disabled in snap for obvious reasons so that could be the issue
Not sure what you mean?
What "redirect url function"?
i don't think you're getting it
Yeah I think I understand now. They are attempting to import a project file from another GitHub page
In that context I don’t think this is possible without a lot of modding the vm
no, they're trying to open a project that they've uploaded to their own hosting
i mean read the post dude
That’s what I said?
Importing is opening
And I said they are hosting it?
I'm glad your forum search skills are better than mine
So, just to be explicit for anyone else trying this
will open up the swimmer example project within my fork of Snap!
If it's on the same domain, e.g. in the examples folder, you can just put in a relative url, like this