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Subject: FLASH: Site Check
From: Flash Gordon
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2000 18:07:21 GMT

Hi all...

I have a question...
I am working on a site:


I develop with my screeen resolution at 1024x768...
When I change my screen res to test the site at 800x600, the Flash looks
I thought Flash was a vector medium, and doesn't matter what size it
is...yet I get things that look like "jaggies" and text that is hard to
I made the site and frameset so that the Flash portion of the site should be
the same size proportionately, regardless of screen resolution, but I get
this problem....

Do I have to change my screen res to 800x600 and edit the flash file in that
res (reduce the movie size) and make an alternate site for users of that
resolution to get clean lines? (I.e. changing the movie's res from 750x200
to 585x156 - for this project - while in 800x600 res and resizing the movie
clips - then exporting the movie under a new filename...)

I've been noticing this problem for a while - but as I've got some small
elements in this flash file it has become important to find a solution...

Oh, and please be gentle with overall criticism - the menu doesn't work
yet - the site's still in early development...


-Flash Gordon

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