There are two bounding boxes for any symbol, one is for the stage size of that symbol, and the other thin blue line encompasses all the elements on that stage of the symbol.
If you set the "Overflow" to none for the symbol, elements outside the stage bounding box won't be visible.
It could be an obsolete element maybe a deleted image in your folder. It could the tge outline of a group. If image relink. If group you need to keep but you can change the size.
On Tue, Dec 16, 2014 at 7:01 AM, smenegassi <email@example.com>
I have some time right now, I ll try to figure it out.
Another question... is it a better practice to bind action into a hit_area inside the symbol or it doesn't really matters ?
In this case, right now, I believe I can better control the hit area of my button, binding actions, inside a invisible rectangle over rhe elements of my button.
To add to my answer above - I was not at a computer when I answered you so I could not see the screenshot. The bounding box is normal for a png file. The transparent area is still part of the image and there will always be a bounding box like it.
In this case, I would also use the transparent rectangle for the hit area.
In fact, playing with "invisible" and "hidden" it seems that blue boundingbox corresponds to the size of the image I transformed into a Symbol the first time. After I add another image and changed the Symbol stage size. Is there something I can do on the .js file ( like erasing somteehing...)
Yes. It just that.
- You make a Symbol out of un image.
- go inside that symbol, scale the image and the Symbol Stage.
- the memory of the size of the original image stays. It is the blue bounding box.
Thank you so much resdesign. I just saw your message. I was away of my desk. I'll sure look at your tutorial first thing.... tomorrow.
By the way, I can we tell the a message is USEFUL ?