When you say it gets chopped off, do you mean the SWF is larger than the available space, or is it just positioning incorrectly?
This is an odd one for me.
The issue seems to be only on laptops from 12 inch to 17 inch.
It looks like the site is too big for the screen so, the top area is not viewable. There are no scrolling bar on the right hand side so you cannot scroll up or down. I am including some screen shots.
It is the same on Firefox and Safari.
Hope you can help
To get it top aligned, you can add a line to the first frame actions of the project.
Stage.align = "T";
stage.align = StageAlign.TOP;
Those are a couple ideas off the top of my head, I'm sure there are other ways as well.
I have tried the "stage.align = StageAlign.TOP"
But it does not cure the problem.
I have also tried various percentage. No luck
(including a screen of the publish settings)
you mention building a second SWF that contains only a ScrollPane, and loads the original into itself. This is too advanced for me.
Could you explain how to do it so I can have a go?
but imagine I am 3 years old
Many many many thanks
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