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Subject: Re: FLASH: Publish Settings-Borders?
From: Paul Kilgour
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 11:25:29 GMT

> It sounds to me like the white border is being produced by your HTML
> file... Are you publishing the flash movie at a fixed size in pixels?
> One option to get around your problem is to change the publish
> settings to make your flash file 100% width and height (then it will
> scale to fill your browser -- make it 102% in each direction for this
> to work on Netscape on the mac) - but if you actually want a border,
> and just want it to be black to match your flash movie, then maybe
> your solution is simply to open the html file and change the
> background colour to "#000000"

I still have a border when I do this. However, I could just make the
background colour black. I have quite a few images that open up in new
windows. How do I get rid of the border in these if the percentage settings
in Publish Settings don't work?

Thanks in advance.



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