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    Minion of Gozer The Destructor lemurofdoom's Avatar
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    .swf file with no borders in html... ?

    when i embed my swf in my html file, how do i get my swf to not be scaleable, but have no borders at all in the browser? to put it perhaps more clearly, i've created windows (similar to OS windows) in my flash file that can be dragged around the screen. i have each of them designed to fit (if necessary) on a 800x600 resolution, but if you've got a higher resolution, and thus a bigger browser window, i want you to be able to drag them around as far as you'd like without them getting cut off (allowing users with bigger screens and higher resolutions to view several of my little windows at once). i have not been able to get the windows to drag past the borders of my .swf file.

    here is a site that appears to do what i want.
    http://www.fernandalessa.tv/
    if you go inside this site and into the "photos" section, you notice they open into different windows, and you can drag them wherever you like... also you can scale the window without the content shrinking or growing.. how do i do this?

    thanks in advance ...

    -lemur
    Last edited by lemurofdoom; 08-15-2003 at 10:19 PM.

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    Minion of Gozer The Destructor lemurofdoom's Avatar
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    lol i figured it out. NEVERMIND



    silly me :-o

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    Minion of Gozer The Destructor lemurofdoom's Avatar
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    in case anyone has wondered the same thing, which i doubt becuase it was super easy, all you have to do is in publish settings for html, use 100% x 100% for the size, but then under scaling preferences, select "no scale". it appears to be working perfectly now.

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