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Old 12-09-2005, 02:22 PM   #1
hoppl
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Default Enlarge .swf in HTML up to a certain point..???

Hi, I'm trying to accomplish something here.

Basically, what I'd like is to have my swf site, shrink in the browser if there isn't enough space (like on a 15inch screen, for example..).

But if the user has a better resolution, have the swf enlarge up to a certain point, like 120% of the original Flash dimension... So, the swf would stop enlarging at 120%, if there is more space, it would sit there in the middle of the browser...

What I want is not to have the site full screen on huge 19 and 21 inch screen (have it at 120% max for example), but to have it 100% (shrink if to big) in smaller browser windows...

Hope you can understand.... Thanks...
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