application/x-silverlight-app) and you follow the advice to change the extension to
.zip... it doesn't seem to work when your Silverlight 2.0 application uses DeepZoom/MultiScaleImage! I can't explain why, but my DeepZoom test doesn't work (currently; request is in to set the MIME types) even when Tim's test page does (on my server).
Anyway, until my hosting provider fixes the server, here's what this page should look like:
which of course pans/zooms with a little help from Scott Hanselman and the Expression team blog
Pretty easy to do with the DeepZoom Composer, but even easier with a little program that takes an Adobe Acrobat/PDF file and generates everything for you!
You'll need the following:
info.bin, info.xmland a whole piled of numbered directories). Check Scott H and the Expression team posts on wiring it up.
UPDATE (20-Mar): now that my hosting provider has added the .XAP extension, the demo works. To 'prove' that renaming to .ZIP fails when using
MultiScaleImage, this is an identical page with .XAP renamed to .ZIP, both in the object tag and the file itself (obviously).