1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 29, 2008 11:48 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Too small window size in standalone flash player in FLEX


      I have unchecked the option "generate html wrapper file" so I don't have to bother about closing the browser tab each time I make a small change to the code and rerun the application.

      This works fine as the standalone flash player closes when I terminate the application from Flex. However, the standalone flash player always starts in a fixed window size smaller than my application size so that I cannot see the whole application. So I have to enlarge the window size of the standalone flash player each time which is annoying!

      Is there a better solution?

      Maybe get Flex to close the browser tab after I terminate the application. I still prefer to use the standalone flash player during development as my application doesn't depend on the browser though.
        • 1. Re: Too small window size in standalone flash player in FLEX
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