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  1. #1
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    I have began to create an online catalogue viewer, But my Jpgs are blurring to the point of the text being illegiable.

    I have posted the file for you to see: www.bof-uk.com/test.html

    go to the catalogue section, then to the deskign, the to 'program C'
    If you scroll to the bottom of the jpg, the blurring on the text can be clearly seen.

    If I view this .swf file offline, it is nice and crisp, so the blurring only occurs when I upload.

    Is this a common problem? and whats the solution!?

    Thanks in advance!

    Geraint Lewis

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  3. #2
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    Hi Geraint

    Bridgend hey! I'm in the Rhondda :-) about 30 minutes North.

    When I go to deskign and scroll down I can see the text that is blurred on the swatches.

    If I go to any of the programmes then I get a blank page.

    It's probably to do with the Jpg quality when you save the flash. Try making the text a little bigger, reducing any anti alias on the text, and using a higher contrast colour on the text compared to the background.
    Paul Creedy
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    Hi Paul!

    Small world eh.

    Well, the thing is, the files look fine if viewed off-line (on my mac). Its only when I upload and view via the web that things get blurry!

    (the other program ranges havent been completed yet).

  5. #4
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    Resolved!

    The html file which hold the flash file needed to have its height and witdth settings for the flash frame, exactly the same size as the flash movie itself!

    Sorted now though


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