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Show All is not showing all Flash CS4

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Evidently i did some keyboard combination. My Show All is not showing everything. And if I show it at 50% (for example) it simply shrinks the stage. Anything outside the stage no longer shows up.*


*I have a tween that brings an off-stage picture across the stage and disappearing on the other side. The tween line shows on the stage but the pictures beyond the stage no longer appear.


I also do not have the horizontal scroll bar on the bottom of my workspace.

Any ideas how to restore it?
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blue-genie earned 125 total points
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have you tried the different options in the View > Magnification menu option?
there is a limit to how far out you can go but I don't remember what it is.

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I tried every menu option that made a remote bit of sense. I finally loaded an earlier "backup" of my file and all is fine. So I'm not going to worry about it.

I'm awarding you the points for your time, though.

Thanks!
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