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    Flash plugin maybe found a bug. resize

    The flash plung in for TGF is great.

    However I don't if there is a solutions for this.

    When you open dreamwaver and bring in a SWF file in to a HTML, I have always been able to resize flash games(SWF files).

    When I bring in a SWF file exported with TGF2, When you play the game on the webpage, the SWF file reveals more
    display area, instead of resizing.

    Example a scrolling game made in 520X340... would reveal more play area if the SWF is streached.

    Is there anyway to fix this?

    Halp. I want to put this online soon.

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    Re: Flash plugin maybe found a bug. resize

    I wish that the Flash runtime supports SWF resizing natively. For the moment use Flash Fx.

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    Re: Flash plugin maybe found a bug. resize

    Just a silly question, I added the plugin but I can't see it in the ad object window or the frame properties, did i do something wrong?..

    Does this work with TGF2? or is it only for MMF cuz I installed it... downloaded a sample from someone and it asked me for the extention when I tried to open the example.

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    Re: Flash plugin maybe found a bug. resize

    You're probably right, maybe Flash Fx is an MMF-only extension. I'm not sure though, someone should confirm this.

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    Re: Flash plugin maybe found a bug. resize

    yeah I'm trying to fetch that info. Cuz I installed the plugin but it doesn't show in the editor.

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    Re: Flash plugin maybe found a bug. resize

    All additional extensions are MMF only as TGF does not allow people to add new extensions.

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