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    Background

    Hello,

    I am new to Flash...still learning.

    A quick question, how do I create a page with full background that able to cover the full screen?

    I used FLASH 6, but while setting 850x600, I still managed to see a white patch on the left and top. Why?

    Thanks

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    This is when you view the movie inside an html page, right? Its becuase by default html pages have a margin on the top and left. You need to add inside your <body tag

    Code:
    <body topmargin="0" leftmargin="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0">

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    Tried and Got it! Thanks!

    Well, how do make it to fix exactly into the screen with have scrollbar right and bottom?

    What is the normal pixel to fix? 750x400?

    Besides, such as in html, I have an iframe as main and fix top and bottom frame, how do i do it?

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    It all depends on what resolution the viewer has their screen set to. You will never get it perfect for everyone. Why not just make the html page have the same background color as the movie.

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    Ok, I think for the time being, I will use html instead.

    Thanks! Well, Flash is really impressive and fun.

    Know what? I have never design a website before but it makes me so tempted to learn. So, I have spend 2 months of html and covered at least the basic.

    Now, learning MX Fireworks and Flash...hope I could get help from this website.

    Cheers!


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