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    flash movie as a slice problem

    look at this:

    http://www.dimaster.com/usrBorg/testflash.htm

    The piece with half "e" and "st" that appears misaligned it's a flash file, with the same size & compression than the original image, only that flash seems to move it one pixel down

    Somebody knows how to avoid this? I hate flash, but customers love it
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    Just to be sure, double-check your pixel positions, even the points that aren't rounded off (top 45.5 is different from top 45, and will render differently, and older versions of flash have a tendency to exagerate this effect). You can tell by the gradient that the flash is the correct size, just that the scene content is down 1 pixel...
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    I asked in Macromedia Webforums and got the answer
    For future reference, seems that you have to convert the image to an object and then move the registration point to the bottom right side of the image. Stupid flash

    A better explanation: http://webforums.macromedia.com/flas...hreadid=501061
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    The above link doesn't work anymore. Anyone have an up-to-date one? Thanks.

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    No, those forums are gone. This is REALLY old.

    http://www.kirupa.com/developer/mx/rpoint.htm
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