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Why does my Flash movie offset?

Posted on 2007-11-14
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Experts,

I have a sliced graphic with which I have taken the upper-right part and placed it as the background for my Flash movie (In the upper-right of my website I will be displaying xml output... this works).

When I output my movie and place it within my webpage the background graphic is slightly offset even though it is set to x 0.0 and y 0.0 within the document.

Please help, I would like it to stay in the exact place, as my design looks pants at the moment because of this.

Thanks
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you're embedding your swf file into an html page?
the offset you're refering to - that's between the flash and the html page? if yes - that always happens,  i've yet to find someone who knows how to make it fit - only way is to hack it and put that same background or at least a similar colour into the bg of the html page.
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by:mhouldridge
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Hi,

Thanks for the info.  Ive managed to get it to look right now, offsetting the y axis by 0.5 - bit strange that 0 and 0 dont do it....

Hope that it looks right on every browser, no doubt it wont!

thanks again.
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