as long as the registration point of the images is top left then yourImage.x = 0; and yourImage.y = 0; should load the images
in the top left corner of the stage. If this doesn't fix the problem provide a link to your project or provide a code sample.
OK thaanks. What I am saying is anytime I advance or retreat the frame,
I want the scroll bar of the browser to be at the top of the page. I.e., I want the
next frame to appear at the top of the browser, which it does, BUT the browser needs to reset to the top.
As I have it, the browser does not reset to the top, either by my buttons or the browser "back" button..
I know. huh? .... what?
o yeah! How bout everytime you load a page from any button set the x and y to 0
and rolllll another one.
On second thought I don't think my last advice will work.
This has got to be really simple.
The only thing I can think of is to set this css rule in the head section.
There will be no scroll bars in this case and the user will have to stretch the browser to view as needed.
scroll up I think it can be done but I dont know the specifics of how.
in the last post I ment overflow:hidden;