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    I am putting up a flash site, I can get it to fit the screen exactly but how do I get rid of the scroll bar.???

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    WDF Staff smoseley's Avatar
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    <body scroll="no"> will work for IE. If anyone knows how to do it for NS, I'd be interested in knowing that myself.

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    Member Kaoru's Avatar
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    Try using this code

    <BODY style="overflow-x:hidden">

    It might have the same effect as

    <body scroll="no"> but I'm not sure.

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    Senior Member blackbird's Avatar
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    One thing you may want to consider is that not everyone is using the same screen resolution as you. I've had friends who encountered problems with Flash sites that were designed for 1024x768 and they're using 800x600. Unfortunately for them also, the buttons were towards the bottom of the scene and hence the sites were completely useless for them.
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