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Does the .swf run in a window or is it full screen? Do you know the dimensions of the final product? When being authored, there is code that can be added that tells the player to go full screen. This takes over the user's entire screen, but will ensure that the content all ends up fitting. Do you have access to the original files?
The product is 800x800. It has photos, so I included the following script to prevent it from expanding and pixelating the images:
I do have the original files.
You can turn on full screen with:
But if you turn off "allowscale" then you are telling the projector not to change its size to fit on someone's screen, which is what you are saying you want it to do. If you have smoothing enabled on the pictures, it probably will not look too bad if they scale it up or down.
thank you. I will try that.
How do you enable smoothing on photos?
If you have them loaded into your library, you can double click on them, and one of the options has a check box that say "Enable Smoothing" This is on Flash 8 and CS3. I think it is enable by default before that, but I don't have an earlier version to reference.
thank you so much!
one more question -- is there a downside to smoothing photos?