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small but anoing problem

small but anoing problem

small but anoing problem

hi, i have made the stage 800*600. now my problem is when i create the .exe file  prezentation  has a border around the 800*600 stage, and it looks like crap... how can i get rid of it without changing the rezolution, or i dont? thx

RE: small but anoing problem

What do you mean a border?  You probably have the resisable option checked for the Movie Properties.  It appears as a border but it really isn't.

To make sure that it is not checked, here's what you do.
Click on an empty space in the score.  This will allow the Property Inspector for the movie to be available.  

Click on the "Display Template" tab, within that tab, uncheck "Resizable" if it is checked.  Re-publish your movie.

Does this solve the border issue?

RE: small but anoing problem

One more thing, within that same tab option, make sure the last option, "Border", has "None" selected from the drop down menu.

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