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My first question is what image size? You can tell a loaded .swf or .jpeg to fit the size of a .swf holder using the Stage.width-Stage.height params which are different to _height and _width params as the later refer to movie clips and the Stage params are well, for the stage area only.
>> I want to load sample images as either swf or jpg
>> in a page that fits the image size exactly.
I *think* litdesign is asking how to open a new window to a set size (I
say that based on the subject line: "Re: Fixed size for new browser
litdesign, look for the Open Browser Window Behavior in the Behaviors panel.
ExternalInterface class (see the ActionScript 2.0 Language Reference) or the
getURL() function. If you choose getURL(), simply substitute the http://
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> My first question is what image size? You can tell a loaded .swf or .jpeg
> fit the size of a .swf holder using the Stage.width-Stage.height params
> are different to _height and _width params as the later refer to movie
> and the Stage params are well, for the stage area only.
Yep. Sorry for not being more clear. Opening a new window and having it the same size as the inserted image - that is the issue. It will take some time for me to apply your solution. Many thanks.
David, I think I did at least part of what you suggested. Rather than launch the page from within a swf file, I built buttons in Dreamweaver and used the Behaviors panel. It's cool. My first time to use it. It all works well, except that in Safari, I get scrollbars on the launched window. Not in Opera, Fireworks or OmniWeb. Thanks.