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    Resizing the Work Area

    I think this question is one that you veterans should all know and I don't.

    I have resized my resolution from 640 x 360 to 800 x 400. My work area in the frame editor has increased. However, there is a a second broken hash line that separates the previous smaller resolution from the new larger resolution. When I run the program the size in the screen still stays at 640 x 360. How can I fix this?

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    Gsayhi

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    Change the Application Size.

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    Thanks Advaith,

    Your advice got me looking again. Found application size in the window properties for the frame. I appreciate your helping me.

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