Resize the ScrollPane
by either entering the numeric values in the Properties
Inspector for both the Height
and Width or simply click Q (Free
Transform Tool) and click and drag the ScrollPane
to resize it.
You can see my custom settings in the
image above. My Movie Clip is 60 pixels high (the size of my thumbnails)
so I added an additional 28 pixels to that for the ScrollPane's
I matched the width of my ScrollPane
to the width of my movie: 300 pixels. Go ahead and preview your
movie by clicking F12.
You may find yourself needing to tweak
your movie clip a bit. For example, if you notice in my source .fla,
I placed a black shape on a layer below my thumbnails. This is because
by default the ScrollPane has a white background.
I also extended the black shape a little
past each end of the the thumbnails to better position the thumbnail
movie once it's loaded into the ScrollPane.
If I had kept the black shape flush left
with the first thumbnail, the thumbnail movie would be loaded with
the first thumbnail flush against the ScrollPane. I just prefer
there to be a bit of a margin on either side of the thumbnails.
We've added 4 New Movies to our
Flash 5 source files cd! These include detailed videos on:
1. Tell Target/With
2. Dynamic Text 1
3. Dynamic Text 2
4. Animated Fly Out menu Part 2
About the CDROM:
These movies are the SAME content found in our Flash 5 tutorials, but
the quality is clearly better than the streaming, web-compressed format
we have online with Frame Rates up to 20 TIMES FASTER and CD-ROM quality
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