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Author: Becky Fryer | Website: http://www.beckysg1.34sp.com/
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Resizing a dragable Flash window (Flash5).

In designing my own Flash web-site I encountered a problem with configuring my Flash window to resize like the PC desktop one's do. So I ventured forth on the quest to find an easy way of doing this, searching through movies and tutorials for good examples and dissecting the actionscript to modify for my own window, but therein lay the problem ahead of me, I couldn't understand the coding!

What I needed was an 'easy-to-understand' 101 class in resizing a dragable window, but couldn't find one, so it was nose to the grindstone to figure it out for myself, and here it is. I will try to keep this simple but downloading the .fla will help explain what I can't put into words.

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Added: 2002-02-28
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FK ID: BeckySG1 Name: Becky Fryer Age: n.o.y.b. Interests: Flash, Photoshop, Digital & Chemical Photgraphy, CorelDraw, Dreamweaver, Web-Site design, Art & Design.
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