How to resize the swf by LoadMovie

Posted on 2003-03-18
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Last Modified: 2007-12-19
I have a swf and would like to load it in the existing fla file. I have created a movie cilp(temp) which size is set to my desired size for the movie. When the main movie load, the swf is loaded to the movie clip(temp) by using loadMovie.

I found that my swf did not resize as the size of the movie clip(temp). How can I resize the imported swf???  
Question by:ping1234
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rexmor earned 200 total points
ID: 8157780

just resize the movieclip temp as the target of the loadmovie command. maybe...

_root.temp._width = 100
_root.temp._height = 100

or you can use also _xscale or _yscale...

hope this help


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ID: 8157860
It works now!! Thanks for your help!

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