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    Best way to show fullscreen across different resolutions and platforms.

    Hi. I hope someone can help me here.

    What is the best way to always display maximized fullscreen no matter what res and platform the user is on?

    - via a 3rd party app using a set resolution function?

    There seems like a lot of options for the pc for this. Are there any for mac os9 or osX ?

    - Or publish at 1600*1200 and use FSCommand to display full screen and alow scale true?

    This works for me at the moment, But I would love not to have to scale the movie. I can't use any pixel fonts and jpgs can get a little jaggy.

    Also, when I publish using this method, I always have a small black border around the movie. How can I get rid of this border so the movie gos right to the edge of the screen?

    Thanks to anyone who has time to help me out here.

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    - via a 3rd party app using a set resolution function

    Yes you can do this using the NEW version of Jugglor v2, its support Direct X resolution.

    http://www.jugglor.com

    It will only work for the PC and not the Mac sorry.

    >Or publish at 1600*1200 and use FSCommand to display full screen and >alow scale true?

    mm. That will take alot of resource depending on the type of animation you have. You need to test it.

    Or you use the FSCOMMAND

    Fullscreen = True
    AllowScale = False

    This might help too.

    Try the above and see what works for you.

    Good Luck

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    thanks. does the Jugglor demo watermark the exe ?

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    No but the demo creates a Juggled file with a message saying it's an evaluation copy.

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    You can also download a copy of Flash Studio PRO which can change the system resolution using DirectX or the Windows API. I hope this helps

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    thanks guys.

    So basically there is no way to do this on the mac?

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    Not yet, but all the major developers are working on a Mac solution.

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