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    Projector Scaling

    Hello,

    I want a projector file to run in full screen, however if it stretches, I only want the projector to fill out and not scale the movie.

    So, movie is 800 X 600. If the screen is 1600 X 1200, I want a 800 X 600 flash movie running in the middle of the screen, and all the space around it to be a color.

    The final project is being published on a CD, so machine type, etc, is unpredicatable.

    Thanks!
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    Tim (Super Moderator) Northcode's Avatar
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    Use fscommand("allowscale", "false"), that will guarantee that your SWF is not scaled to fill the screen and, unless you change the stage alignment, it will sit at dead center of the window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northcode
    Use fscommand("allowscale", "false"), that will guarantee that your SWF is not scaled to fill the screen and, unless you change the stage alignment, it will sit at dead center of the window.
    I'm pretty new to the non-art aspects of Flash. Where would an fscommand be and in what format?
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    Tim (Super Moderator) Northcode's Avatar
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    Check out http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowled...fm?id=tn_14280 and if that isn't enough, look up fscommand in the Flash help or (gasp) printed documentation

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