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    Guys,

    I need a script that detects browser size (width/height or resolution) and should fit the swf file to the appropriate browser size. If the browser is expanded to 1024x769 then the swf file should also expand to the same. If the browser is minimised then the swf file should also get minimised. Ive seen this script some where, but couldnt figure it out where..!!!

    Thanks,
    Jeswin

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    open the swf


    Hi

    You may not need a script.

    Try setting the movie size to 100% width and 100% height. It'll then fill the screen, though I can't remember if it'll shrink if you re-size the window.

    Alternatively, for the link which calls the page with the movie, instead of referring to an html page with the movie in it, just reference the swf

    eg. <a href="movie.swf">

    That way the swf will load into the window full-screen and this definitely WILL re-size if you resize the window.

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    File > Publish Settings > HTML Tab

    Dimensions set to "PERCENT" 100 / 100

    Scale set to "Exact Fit"


    Also put these in your <body> tag:

    leftmargin="0" topmargin="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0"

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    Smile

    Thanks guys

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