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    Some buttons/images stretch and move at 100% but fine at 300%? solution?

    Hey guys. I've been working on a site from school and im having some problems with my flash. The flash looks good except a couple of the images stretch and move irregularly. I have an example.


    www.adgedesign.com/headermovie1.swf
    Make sure you see it at 100% or download it. At 300 its fine.

    Ok rollover the second button and you can see the two arrows. They are not right. They are moved over a pixel or two and so are the diagonal lines. And look at the skip button. It stretches too. I dont know why this started to happen. I was going to email macromedia since my teacher doesnt even know what it is. Hope it can be solved. Thanks.


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    Older versions of Flash had issues with bitmaps when movement was applied. They seemed to stretch, nudge etc. I think this is what your problem is. The only solution was to make the image 99% or 101%. You could stretch it in photoshop/psp then by changing the ratio in flash the image was pretty much perfect.

    I think newer versions might have gotten round this problem, if not then the altered ratio will be your only option.

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    ok sounds good. Ill try it. Thanks.



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