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Old 01-12-2008, 04:16 PM   #1
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Default Help With Mouse Position Inside Loaded SWF

Hi all,

I have a BIG swf project I've been working on for a while now its over 2k lines and everything works great (Thank You Very Much). However... I am now trying to take my app and load it into another swf as a wrapper but the problem is a recently added functionality that use keystrokes in conjunction with the mouse position. If I load my app at x=0 y=0 everything is fine. But if it is loaded into the wrapper at point x=75 and y=55 all of my (event.stageY and event.stageX) and other mouse points are off by 75,55.

Does anyone know of a way I can offset the stageY and stageX from within my wrapper swf so I don't have to go searching through the huge loaded swf file for any mouse references?


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