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Hi,

I want to export my animation as a .exe and .swf. But I don't want the user to resize the final movie... Is there a trick to do it

Thanks in advance
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Question by:yotsse
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    by:
    If you mean keeping the original movie ratio, then drop in the first frame:

    fscommand("showmenu", false);
    fscommand("allowscale", false);

    If you mean keeping the window ratio, then you should compile your swf with an application like:

    http://www.multidmedia.com/software/flashstudio/

    or

    http://www.northcode.com/swfstudio/index.html
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    by:FLAASHER
    what negatyve said will be ok if u expoert the final movie as EXE file
    but will not work with browser if u expoert ur movie as  swf  file
    if u export as swf file to use over the internet you need to make it with another code. you need to make a ContextMenu object cause the browser will not effect with the code negatyve had said

    here is the code

    var rootMenu = new ContextMenu();
    rootMenu.hideBuiltInItems();
    _root.menu = rootMenu;

    put it in the frist frame in ur movie
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