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is their a way to dynamically change the size of a flash movie? On top of that, can you make it "move", my changing left and top property in your stylesheet?
I noticed that the object tag has a nasty hardcoded height= and width= property. Can you use percentages for that? Or better yet, leave them out and use a style sheet instead? I have been searching all over, and all my searches lead to a talk about using tables to stretch the movie, but im really looking for a more elegant way of doing so.
If you *could* change the size and move your flash movie around, you could so some pretty interesting things I imagine.
Thanks for any help guys. I usually hang out in the CSS forums, but you might see a little more of me in here from now on too :)
for instance, lets just say you can not control the width/height/left/top of a flash movie from css.
which allows you to change the exact attribute writtin in the tag.
So I have 2 things to try, once i get a sample flash movie (im at work so it will be a few hours).
one is this <object id="flashMovie" width="300px" height="300px">blahblabah</object>
and then to do a
document.getElementById("flashMovie").style.width = "400px", and see what that does.
If that doesn't do anything, then I will give
Im hopeful I can work that somehow. Just have to test it in a little bit.
I dont believe this is a problem in a non-local situation (client-server).
but say you have your html file and flash movie on your harddrive.
So, before you try to control the flash movie, do a setTimeout before your first function (like StopMovie, or GotoFrame, or whatever you are trying to do).
But, I dont *think* this is an issue in a normal situation: just when you are testing on a local machine...
Back to messing with controlling the width/height and position of the flash movie on the fly :)