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I have a 1262px wide flash file. What happens is that my current code works beautifully up to a resolution of 1280px. The flash content fills the page horizontally, and its right edge is sitting on the right side of the browser. If i drag the window and make it smaller, the flash starts overflowing to the left, staying positioned on the right side, which is what i want. This can be done by setting the div to float to right or right:0px; properties. Problem is with wide screen monitors. If resolution is say, 1600px i have a nasty white gap on the left side of my div.
I could redesign the flash file to be bigger than 1600px, but it contains some heavy code for image transitions, and i really cannot do this, it also means all my images for that flash file would need to be sized over 1600 in width, which increases loading times... Is there anyway i can do this, or should i just center the blasted thing in the middle?