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Thread: camera issues when publishing

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    tartious
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    camera issues when publishing

    horriblescreenname(dot)deviantart(dot)com/art/Lumber-Jack-286177661

    This looks to be a nearly working .swf of the game I've been working on. When you move all the way to the left you'll see a tree that you should be able to jump on. When I test the movie in flash, I can, and when I test the .swf on my computer, I can, but as you can see, when upload it to the internet, you definitely cannot. Any help on this topic would be most appreciated.

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    I had a look at your .swf, and I believe your issue is related to the stage scale mode.
    In Flash, when you test the movie it has the stage set to not scale.
    But the default when loading a .swf in the Flash Player, or in a browser is to show all.

    Try this line at the start of your document constructor (the start of your project, either in your document class or on frame1 or wherever you've put the code).
    Code:
    stage.scaleMode = StageScaleMode.NO_SCALE;
    stage.align = StageAlign.TOP_LEFT;
    You may have to import StageScaleMode and StageAlign.
    Also, TOP_LEFT may not be the correct one, so try a different align if that doesn't work.
    Or try leaving it out and just set the stageScaleMode.

    http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPla...html#scaleMode

    http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPla...age.html#align

    Hope that helps.

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