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Content Adaptation

I have my screen resolution set to 1440x900 pixels. My dashboard is posted on a website, and I can see it perfectly.

On a computer with a lower resolution, like 1024x768, the dashboard is seen way to the right of the screen, and does not fit in the screen.

My website is built in Dreamweaver CS3, is this a Dreamweaver issue, or an Xcelsius issue?

Anyone know how I can fix this, so the content fits the screen, regardless of the set resolution?

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    Sep 02, 2008 at 08:01 PM

    Hi Michael,

    The positioning and size of the embedded SWF is handled by the containing framework.

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      I believe so, yes, as it is the application used to create the framework in which the SWF is positioned and resized. Xcelsius just outputs the SWF at the user prompted dimensions. The SWF is then embedded in the HTML, just like a picture file. If you Export > HTML, you can see such tags for yourself (WIDTH and HEIGHT).

      I'm not familiar Dreamweaver but I'm sure there's some way to specify positioning and sizing. Maybe someone else can comment on more specifics.