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Erin John LeFevre

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Hi all,

I'm creating a Flash demo that's going to be displayed on a large monitor ( >21"not exactly sure right now) at the ESRI conference and I could use a some advice on Flash document size and publish settings.

1)Since I do not know the exact specs of the monitor, and I need to get working on this thing, if I design for a 21" inch montor should I make the Flash Document a similar size in pixels?

2) Or... can I safely design at something like 3/4 of the estimated size and use the "Scale- Exact Fit" (<PARAM NAME=scale VALUE=exactfit>) option in the HTML publish settings?

2) Is is better to create several small movies and assemble the movies in an html table, set the TABLE to 100% width and height and use the "Scale- Exact Fit' for each individual movie?

Basically I have this fear of ending up with a movie that doesnt fit the monitor size...and the movie ends up looking like hell! Any advice would be great.

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