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I have an image in flash. Its bigger than the actual frame on the screen which is causing a problem. When i publish the movie the part of the image that isn't in the frame is cut off (ie you can't see it)....how do i get around this problem...

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Question by:Matt22
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I would think the image should be scaled down to fit in the movie. Are you publishing to html?
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by:Matt22
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ya i was publishing to html...but i'll get away with publishing to a swf file where the problem doesn't occur..

thanx...
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did you solve it?
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