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    List object position does not visibly change

    Hello everyone,

    I got a problem with the list object in flash. I have a list object that I make bigger and reposition to the top when a value is 2, then make it smaller and position it to the bottom when that value is 0. It works fine when I run it in MMF2 or as an .exe file. However I switched to flash and when I run the .swf then the list resizes but does not visibly reposition itself. The thing is, when I get the position, it's the correct one (16 is displayed, but visibly it's way lower). I have no idea why this would be, anyone got any ideas?

    Thanks

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    Certainly a bug. I'll work on this at the end of the week.

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