*bump* this is really urgent!
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Trying to bump your post every few hours is generally considered bad forum netiquette and is not going to inspire anyone to help you.
I do apologise, I am very sorry! Would you please be able to help me? Thanks so much.
Jack test it on a 160 DPI phone like the Droid Pro (or iPhone 3GS).
If you must test on the iPhone 4 emulator you need a larger desktop screen resolution.
The iPhone is 320+ DPI and the desktop is 72DPI, so yeah, it's huge.
a) Increase your screen resolution
b) Get a bigger screen
C) Emulate a machine with a lower DPI
You might want to create a custom device configuration.
1. Go into your device configurations panel in Flash Builder (Preferences > Device Configurations).
2. Add a new device by copying the values that already exist for the Apple iPhone 4 device. Then tweak the height of this new custom device to fit on your screen.
This approach will mean you are still simulating a 320dpi class device with just a slightly smaller screen.