displaying beyond Flash Movie bounds in html?
Is it possible to have an swf embedded in HTML behave the way it does in the standalone flash player?
What I am trying to do is this:
I have a movie that is 650X440 and there are background elements that are approximately 1600X1200.
The 650X440 portion is in the vertical and horizontal center of the 1600X1200 area.
When I test the movie in the Flash Player, the 650x440 portion remains CENTERED in the player without scaling no matter what I do with the window. In addition, since the background elements are so large, there is a seamless BG behing the 650x440 portion that maintains its position as well.
If I embed this in HTML, all I get is the 650x440 window with the BG color of the movie outside the bounds of the 650x440 movie window.
Is there a way to have the html show the full bounds of the 1600x1200 box and keep the content, which is contained within the 650x440 movie box, centered in the browser window.
I do not want to have to scale the movie at all. I am using pixel/screen fonts that will antialias if the movie is scaled.
Thanks in advance,
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