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Old 03-05-2001, 05:35 PM   #1
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Hello,

I have a flash movie that I am incorporating into an html interface. I want to make it scalable to the size of the screen. The flash movie resides in a table cell. The whole table and flash movie are sized with percentages. What I have so far works beautifully in IE 5.5 and works ok in Netscape 6. But Netscape 4.7 seems to not like the percentages assigned to the flash movie. I did some research on http://www.flash.com and it said you should use absolute sizes when putting flash movies in table cells, but that's not what I want. Any help or guidance would be appreciated. Thanks.

here is the url to my piece. http://www.ibizcorp.com/testweb/ibiznew/main.html

Also Netscape seems to start the Flash movie at an incorrect spot. I have an action in the first frame that jumps to the "Corporate" animation, but Netscape keeps starting it at the "PDA" or "Data center" animation. Is this do to the loading sequence?

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