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Old 05-20-2003, 02:01 PM   #1
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Default how to create flash site for both resolution?

hi guys,

i am working on a site with flash intro starting at the beginning.

i want the site should look same for both the res 800*600 and

1024*768. i know it's possible using vector flash animation.

my problem is i am using bitmap images in flash intro.

these images cause me display problem while switch from one

resolution to another.

if i make 800*600 flash movie and published at (diamensions 100%) swf output, it's work

fine for 800*600 resolution but for 1024... it's causes me problem.

and vice versa..

i hope u guys are getting my point.:P

so how do i use same movie size either 800*600/1024*768 for

my swf?

plz anybody has advice on this one..

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Old 05-20-2003, 05:58 PM   #2
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How does it look like when you work the other way around...
Make it for 1024*768 and scale it for 800*600...
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Old 05-21-2003, 05:55 AM   #3
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hi avatar,

i done that thing also, but the image distortion is the problem for

the same..

is that any way we can get to know on what resoltion is client is

viewing our site..?

so i can make to different movies for 800*600 & 1024*768

respectively.

any other suggestions on this ..?

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why don't you make two set of bitmap pictures: one for 800, the other for 1024 and let the user to pick which resolution to view the movie
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Old 05-21-2003, 06:52 AM   #5
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hi 009,

u mean i have to create two different movie for 800600 &

1024*768.

two html page..?

i think this will be the solution for it..

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Have a look at the dictionary for System.capabilities.screenResolutionX and System.capabilities.screenResolutionY
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u can modify this
http://www.actionscript.org/actionsc...May-2003.shtml
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Using Frames, it keeps the thing from distorting, i included the source is used, try it:

load the index.html in IE to test.

my swf file was named index.swf, so name yours that and put it in the same folder for quick results....
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