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Need Help in the font size for Flash

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11-02-2007, 06:56 AM
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  Old  Need Help in the font size for Flash

Me and my designer have created a full Flash website. We decided to give a full screen in the html page by setting the Flash object 100% width and 100% height. But text will also increase in size when I viewed in the biggest resolution which I do not want that. Can anyone tell be how to fix th font size in the swf?

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11-02-2007, 07:22 PM
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If you set the width/height to be 100% in the EMBED/OBJECT tags than it will stretch out the SWF to the size of the browser window. When I look at your site on my screen, the background image of the girl is a pixelated blurry mess because it's being stretched to fit my resolution. Rather, you should make everything a fixed size. and put vector elements because vector elements can be stretched w/o loss. Also, if your bitmap text is being stretched that is also because of the resolution. There is nothing you can do about that. Vector text however should be not be stretched.

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Thanks Dark.

As this is still in the proposal stage, the images used still under iStock Photo copyright. I used this just for the presentation purpose, therefore it will be pixelated. I will buy the image from the iStock photo when it is confrimed.

The stage size I used is 980px width and 630 height which is targeted to the higher resolution. My concerned is that I do not want to have the scroll bar appeared at the side of the browser. Therefore I set the width to 100% width and height for the object. I did tried to write a javascript to detect the browser size and to set the wdith and height. I want to set it to 100% for width and height when the browser size is below 980 in width. For above the 980 px the object will set to fix size. But the script fail when I tried to resize the browser. May be I have to set it to fix size and indicate that the best view will be 1024x768 in resolution.

By the way, can I know what is your resolution in your system?

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I have found the solution.

Here the updated link.
http://www.mediasquare.com.sg/projec...za_new/update/

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