As a preface - fairly new to AC3 and Flash in general; but I'm trying to design a basic flash environment for a Kiosk.
I've gotten as far as functional buttons; as well as a bit of script to hide/show play/restart different videos on various button presses. My problems are coming around as a result of full-screening the video.
Initially I had a problem as my otherwise persistent buttons would disappear when full-screening in Flash Player 12.
I used the following script to fix the issue.
("history" is an instance of FLVPlayback - in this particular file it's the only video present. This video plays automatically; and is the full size of my stage. Button111 and Button222 are, as you may have guessed - simple buttons.)
However; I am now facing an issue regarding positioning on fullscreening which I cannot seem to find a solution for.
Re-scaling the Flashplayer window results in the correct (relative to my stage) scaling of both of my buttons (in both size AND position - http://imgur.com/QGjRUjE );unfortunately upon full-screening the position and size of my buttons is completely off: http://imgur.com/tVzKENG
I simply have to ask - what happens to the positioning when Flash is fullscreened? Is there any way to use relative positioning which applies to full-screen elements?
Thanks in advance!
(Flash Professional CC - Updated; AC3 on Windows 7)
you shouldnt add your buttons to the flvPlayback instance.
//in your case: history.fullScreenTakeOver = false;
to prevent the video from overlaying your buttons.
Thanks a bunch man! Sorted the issue for me.