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Thread: Scale to 90% of screen size and centered....possible?

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    Scale to 90% of screen size and centered....possible?

    I would like my projector movie to execute at 90% of the OS's creen size in the center....can this be done with allowscale?

    THanks
    Joey Anderson
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    Hi, do you want the actual Projector to be fullscreen, but the SWF to just cover 90%, or for the actual Projector window to cover 90%?

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    just the projector window at 90% of the resolution of the set screen....it will be executed as a exe on the users machine.

    thanks
    Joey Anderson
    Mac Web Internet, Inc.,
    a web application developer and service provider.
    http://www.macwebinternet.com
    info@macwebinternet.com

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    Tim (Super Moderator) Northcode's Avatar
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    SWF Studio (www.northcode.com) will do the trick as will most of the applications listed below. In SWF Studio you just go to the Window settings and select the "% of desktop" option and set it to 90%. SWF Studio will figure out how big the users desktop is and adjust the window accordingly.

    SWF Studio http://www.northcode.com
    Flash Studio http://www.multidmedia.com
    Flash 'N Pack http://www.flashnpack.com
    FlashAnts http://www.flashants.com
    Jugglor http://www.***********.com
    LPFlashEX http://www.logicplus.com.hk
    mProjector http://www.binarynoise.com
    SWFKit http://www.swfkit.com

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