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Thread: [Resolved] [Resolved] Projector with no menu change size ??!

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    I am publishing a projector with no menu (fscommand show menu=false).
    The menu does not appear - but I have a gap of 20 pixels instead of it (10 above the movie, 10 below).

    Why is that?

    I cannot move all the movie and change it's size because I have lots of objects ?

    Is there another way to disable the menu or just the "rewind" option in it ?

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    Have you tried ?

    Code:
    fscommand("fullscreen", "true");
    fscommand("allowscale", "false");

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    ...I have Bitmap pics in my movie and I don't want it to stretch to fullscreen - I need it to stay in original size.

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    That's what the:

    fscommand("allowscale", "false");


    Is for !!

    It stretches the edges of your movie, but not your content

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    oh.. got it now..

    well.. I don't like the full screen thing. It's a bit too aggressive for the innocent end-user that doesn't know how to close the movie if he doesn't have a button, and I also don't like the edges around the movie stage.

    Thanks anyway.

    (my problem was actually the "rewind movie" that messed my movie and didn't stop the sound - I solved it by a short preloader scene and a "stopAllSound" in the beginning of it)

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    Hi,
    Is there a way of getting rid of that space above and below the bitmap when you show menu "false"... without making the entire movie fullscreen???

    Please help!

    Thanks

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