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August 17, 2009

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I have edited my html to reflect size and width at 100%, but while that works to correct my width problem, it doesn't fix the height. I'm not sure what to do. I'm using ie, but I'm hoping whatever html/script I use would be viewable regardless of browser.

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Hi. I am trying to determine when the browser window resizes. In my example program the applet width and height are set to "100%" and I can see my applet resizing as expected when the browser window is resized.

I have the width of the stage bound like this:

width: bind stageWidth with inverse

and in my trigger function I update a text message in the scene like this:

var stageWidth:Number = 800 on replace {msg = "width updated"};

This works fine when I run it as a web start application or the "default" configuration in Netbeans, but in a browser it is not triggering the update to "stageWidth" even though it has been updated. I setup a click event on my page to display "stageWidth" and I can see it has been updated but the trigger never fired.

Any help much appreciated. Thanks.

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