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Rahim

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Sunday, October 3rd 2010, 4:14pm

setting the dimensions of the flash player

hi everybody !

my client wants to publish some of tours whitout the use of html nor javascript he wants to use the flash directly however he has a size problem (the flash is small er then he wants),when i try to use the kprotect i can only choose the dimension when i am creating stand alones.
my question is how can i ajust the flash dimensions for the flash file that will be used on the internet ????
any help will be really appreciated
thanks *thumbsup*

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Sunday, October 3rd 2010, 5:12pm

I don't think it's possible, but it should always use the maximum possible amount of space in your browser's window (?)

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Tuesday, October 5th 2010, 12:27pm

i'm sure there is a way but have no clue how to do it help anybody????

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Tuesday, October 5th 2010, 2:27pm

Is he opening the swf on a web browser or directly in his computer using flash player? Can you show us a full screen screenshot of what it currently looks like?

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Tuesday, October 5th 2010, 8:35pm

here u go
Rahim has attached the following image:
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Tuesday, October 5th 2010, 8:44pm

A look at the page code would probably help too. Is this a flash page or is it in fact a html page they are trying to embed the swf into? To me, it looks like they are embedding into html and have either not used 100% to fill the div created for the viewer or the div size is incorrect for the page.


However, with more information maybe someone here can help solve this issue.

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Wednesday, October 6th 2010, 2:37am

I'll just summarize all the possibilities here:

1) You're using the area tag incorrectly, restricting the viewer area from your XML

2) It's the container's fault:

* HTML page: Check the CSS and containing elements like Jarredja suggested; try using Firebug (a Firefox addon) or Google Chrome to inspect the tree and find out which element is constraining the size of the viewer window.

* Flash page: You must be loading the viewer using something like a Loader then. I don't know what quirks would need to be ironed out, but the problem would still be in the parent swf.

I had requested a full screen screenshot so I could tell whether you were using a browser and the size of the window when compared to the desktop. Assuming you're in a browser, what happens when you resize the browser window?

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Wednesday, October 6th 2010, 9:45am

hey there ,
hmm well from what i understand they are using a flash page .
but how can i be using the area tag incorrectly, restricting the viewer area from my XML??
and is that is the case how can i fix it ??

thanks alot for your help!