Changing resolution

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ok, my website is awkward, it looks good on bro's montior 1024*768 but on mine it looks tiny cus im on 1280*1024 is there a script of something i can use on my site that will change the size of the flash doc, depending on the persons screen size?
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first let me say, that I don't personally recommend doing this. It's a lot
of extra work and really unecessary.

your website is not awkward, you are just now realizing a normal
challenge as a web designer. Every page you design will have to take
into consideration that there are so many different screen sizes and you
will never be able to accommodate them all with 1 design.

the only way to do that, is to have a script detect the screen res, then
load the appropriate sized page. However, you will have to design your
page for all the different resolutions to show properly. In flash, you will
have to recreate your entire movie for each size seperately, because if
you stretch out the dimensions of a flash movie from the original size, it
gets really pixellated and burry and doesn't look good at all.
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ok, good point and thanks alot, i will stick with a middle res :P
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Post 3+ Months Ago

probably a good idea ;)

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