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    Hi
    I was wondering if anyone knows how to make the stage transparent? Is there a 3rd party product that will allow me to achieve this? I want to move an object over the desktop.

    Thanks
    Wayne

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    This is not a boardroom topic, please move it to an appropriate board like Flash MX Help.

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    Have a look in your Flash help files. It's all there...

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    transparent stage?

    Originally posted by crunchDesign
    This is not a boardroom topic, please move it to an appropriate board like Flash MX Help.

    .aaroncrunchie

    Will do, thanks for the help.

    cheers
    Wayne

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    moved here by me.

    by placing the following line of code with the other parameters in the HTML, it will make the stage transparent

    Code:
    <param name="wmode" value="transparent">
    alternatively, you can do this through the publish settings.

    Hope this helps

    Bruce

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    transparent stage?

    Originally posted by RazoRmedia
    moved here by me.

    by placing the following line of code with the other parameters in the HTML, it will make the stage transparent

    Code:
    <param name="wmode" value="transparent">
    alternatively, you can do this through the publish settings.

    Hope this helps

    Bruce
    thanks Bruce, I should have clarified that I was refering to a flash projector not browser based. I since found swiffTools and SWF Studio.
    Cheers
    Wayne

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    Oh, then yes, a little different. Glad you found a solution!

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    Netscape

    This is only effective in IE 3.0 or greater though. Anyone know how to make the stage transparent in Netscape and other browsers?

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