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    I must be the only one who purchased this program. Other than a congratulatory post from Flashpulse, every other post in this part of the forum since July 2015 is either me with my issues or members of the Koolmoves crew.

    Spooky. Quiet.

    Is there anyone else here?

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    Answer to the problem: marginheight=0 marginwidth=0 Got the answer from Talkgraphics forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dijenga View Post
    Is there anyone else here?
    I'm reading sometimes but not posting.
    Animation just isn't used as much anymore on websites as it once was.
    But as far as I know, Bob has always worked together with customers to solve bugs and problems.

    By the way, the animation link in the first post of this thread seems to work fine on Safari (both iOS and MacOS).
    The animation does show and does loop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dijenga View Post
    I must be the only one who purchased this program. Other than a congratulatory post from Flashpulse, every other post in this part of the forum since July 2015 is either me with my issues or members of the Koolmoves crew.

    Spooky. Quiet.

    Is there anyone else here?
    Yeah, this forum use to be more active. Most who still use KoolMoves or KoolShow have been using it for a while and probably don't need support. While flash has faded, Bob kept KoolMoves going by supporting HTML5 and introducing KoolShow. They are great apps and you won't find any better support than from Bob. I think he pretty much checks the forum daily and has done so for years.

    Oh and your link on your first post worked for me too, on OS X using Firefox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dijenga View Post
    Answer to the problem: marginheight=0 marginwidth=0 Got the answer from Talkgraphics forum.
    I believe marginheight and marginwidth don't work in all browsers.

    See http://www.javascriptkit.com/howto/nomargin.shtml

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    The first link is not how the animation was to be displayed. It is to be displayed in an iframe. Without the two attributes added to the iframe tag, this is the result: http://www.ahgweb.com/koolshow/

    As you will notice, the image displayed is off by 20 pixels horizontally and over 15 pixels vertically.

    Adding marginwidth=0 and marginheight=0 moved the image back where it should be.

    Bob, thanks for that link, thanks for your help.

    As far as browsers not working with those attributes, I'm using firefox, opera, IE, edge, and chrome with no problem so far. Had the problem in all browsers before, now they all work correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Hartzell View Post
    I believe marginheight and marginwidth don't work in all browsers.
    Don't know if it helps but some attributes are not supported by html5.
    https://www.w3schools.com/TAGs/tag_iframe.asp

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    Not supporting those tags is probably trying to force the use of a css style for the iframe. A css style for the iframe with margin: 0 would solve the problem.

    http://webdesign.about.com/od/iframe...es-and-css.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dijenga View Post
    Is there anyone else here?
    Are you looking for help ?

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