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RE: [Flash Operator Panel] Flash Panel and Wide Screens

  • From: "Tariq .." <tareksawah@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Aug 2008 17:36:56 +0000
  • Mailing-list: contact operator_panel-help@lists.house.com.ar; run by ezmlm

the solution is VERY SIMPLE
in your op_style.cfg file fine the following
by defaul it's 10 so if you increase it.. the lables will show fully .. 
no embedding issues at all needed..


From: miles.scruggs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: operator_panel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2008 07:56:58 -0700> Subject: Re: [Flash Operator Panel] 
Flash Panel and Wide Screens> > You can solve this a number of ways but the 
quick and easiest one is > to fix the flash app to a fixed size. You can do 
this with hight and > width attributes on your embed tag. Take a look at 
index-fixed.html > for an example. If your layout needs to be forced to a 
square to look > right then it sounds like you need to look at the styles 
section for > formatting the buttons a little better.> > Cheers> > Miles> > > 
On Aug 21, 2008, at 11:09 PM, James Bean wrote:> > > Is there any forward 
motion on the wide screen issue?> > i.e. if the browse window is open in a 
wide screen format then half > > the text doesn't display on the buttons?> >> 
40% of the monitors in my company are widescreen and growing and > > it's 
getting difficult to train the monkeys to open the Flash Panel > > with the 
icon on the desktop which sizes the IE window in a square > > resolution at 
1024x768 when they put it on their shortcut bar and it > > opens wide screen 
and a call of "flash panel is broken half the text > > is missing"> >> > "bad 
monkeys" :)> >> > --> > This message was scanned by ESVA and is believed to 
be clean.> >> 
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References to:
James Bean
Miles Scruggs

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