Transparent Flash

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  1. Abhishek

    Abhishek New Member

    Is there any way to make flash background transparent?
    And will it work on all the browsers?:mad:
  2. cohen

    cohen New Member

    as long as people have flash on their computers IE and Firefox will use it and sometimes safari. as for transparent... not sure - you would have to have your own domain.
  3. themeking

    themeking New Member

    When you design your flash work (.fla) you may choose any background color you like. Make sure however that your content/images etc.. etc.. doesnt take up the entire canvas or stage.

    Once you export the .fla to a .swf, you take the .swf file and embed/import onto your site. Open the properties manage on the .swf by usually double clicking on it or by right clicking over the .swf and selecting properties.

    You can change it size and quality of the .swf but you'll also have the option to select "transparent" bgnd. Checkmark that box. When you prieview your page you can see that regardless of the bgndcolor you selected when creating the .fla file it is now transparent and you can see the actual bgnd images on your site.
  4. hauerpower

    hauerpower New Member

    wmode="transparent" in code <object> and when You publish swf You have option also.
  5. natenation

    natenation New Member

    I've gotten the transparent flash to work but not consistantly on all browsers... It's very cool but frustrating. If anyone knows a fool proof way I too would like to know. :D

    ~Nate Johnson
    Web Design - Comics - Illustration

    Last edited by a moderator: Jun 27, 2008
  6. dreamcon

    dreamcon New Member

    google it mate their are 100s of 1000s of ways to do the flash background transperent while you are in program or you have used software or you about to design it.

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