First things first...there is a lot of damn good talent here, I must commend all flashers. Even though i am a newbie I am thoroughly impressed by the infinite possibilities of flash. I believe that in the very near future there will be no html left it will all be flash. Let's face it, it is very possible.
One question. How do i get the size of my movie to equal the size of the browser? Check out my site it is still underdevelopement and it is my first one....i just started using flash 1 month ago and have not taken any classes..all books. http://www.cconditioning.com/newcc/newcc.html
I know it is kind of choppy. I made the movie 600x400
go easy on me....ok maybe not...hit me hard
Ok since we are in the design board, here it is, your site should have tose text fades going the other way, it is hard to read it as it is trailing off into the atmosphere. Also Increase your framerate by about 7 frames per second, it will make the users experience more enjoyable. Steve
Not to take merit from the advice above...here is another point you may want to consider
Try a resolution of 600x800 to make your movies, and in your publish setings make sure the "Publish as Percentage" is selected to 100% this should auto fit most browser resolutions...Or you could try and put your movie in a table and centering it.... this always requires experimenting
Hi, I'm a newbie here. So pardon me if I did something wrong. According to Alexei, linking the .swf file directly opens the movie filling up the browser. I tried it and it worked in IE5 but it didn't work on netscape4. I could not find a reason why. Maybe someone can help me? I went to some flash site, they seem to use frames to make the movie fill up the whole browser. Is it foolproof?
[Edited by glycerine on 07-08-2000 at 04:20 PM]
Hey glycerine i've done it several times (link to the swf) and it never gave me any problem... are you sure you have the flsh pluggin installed for netscape also???
if you dont have the pluggin, without the html code to set the codebase for the embed object, netscape will try to read the file as a html/text file and you know wath that means...