Flash paper resize

Posted on 2007-08-10
Last Modified: 2010-02-07
I've created a flash movie which i've loaded some Flash paper swf file in the movie, is there a way to resize  the swf(flash paper)?

Here is the sample:
Only the first item in the menu is working.

Help please!!
Question by:designfreaks
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    Expert Comment

    how did you embed the flash paper into the flash?
    i've never used flash paper before myself but it looks like there's some kind of scrollable component that it's residing in , can't you simply resize that?


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    Actually the main movie will call the .swf(flash paper) "loadmovie", so can't really resize it in the normal way but fortunately I managed to find a solution to it. There is a free component out there that works like a charm.

    Just to share with the community here who are facing similiar problem. Thanks a lot for replying though.

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