birt barcode extension Figure 1-9. Changes made to the document properties are shown in the Properties panel. in Font

Maker QR in Font Figure 1-9. Changes made to the document properties are shown in the Properties panel.

Figure 1-9. Changes made to the document properties are shown in the Properties panel.
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The only two document properties that can be directly changed through the Properties panel are the frame rate (FPS) and the stage color (Stage).
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Zooming the stage
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There will be occasions when you discover the stage is a pretty crowded place. In these situations, you ll want to be sure that each item on the stage is in its correct position and is properly sized. Depending on the size of the stage, this could be difficult because the stage may fill the screen area. Fortunately, Flash allows you to reduce or increase the magnification of the stage through a technique called zooming. (Note that zooming the stage has no effect upon the actual stage size that you set in the Document Settings dialog box.)
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To zoom the stage, click the Magnification drop-down menu near the upper-right corner of the stage. The drop-down menu shown in Figure 1-10 contains a variety of sizes ranging from Fit in Window to 800% magnification. For example, click the 400% option, and the stage will most likely fill your screen, as shown in Figure 1-11. Just keep in mind you are not scaling the image on the stage. You are actually magnifying the stage and its contents. Click the 25% option, and you will see not only the stage but the entire pasteboard, that grey area surrounding the stage, as well.
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Figure 1-10. Select a zoom level using the Magnification drop-down menu. If you want more zoom, you can get a lot closer than 800 percent. Select View Zoom In or View Zoom Out to increase the zoom level to 2000 percent. If you want a real bird s-eye view of the stage, Zoom Out allows you to reduce the magnification level to 8 percent. For you keyboard junkies, Zoom In is Ctrl+= and Zoom Out is Ctrl+ -. If you are a control freak, you can enter your own value. Just keep in mind the maximum zoom level is 2000 percent, and the minimum zoom level is 8 percent.
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Figure 1-11. Selecting a 400 percent zoom level brings you close to the action.
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LEARNING THE FLASH CS5 PROFESSIONAL INTERFACE
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If you want a side-by-side comparison in which one image is at 100 percent view and the other is at 400 percent or 800 percent, follow these steps:
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1. Open the Magnify.fla file in the 1 Exercise folder. 2. Select Window Duplicate Window. The current document will appear in a separate tab. 3. Set the new window s magnification level to 400%. 4. Undock the 100 percent window, as shown in Figure 1-12, and let it float. 5. Select the image in the floating window by clicking the image and dragging it around the stage.
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You will see the zoomed-in version in the docked window also moves. This is a really handy feature if precise positioning of elements on the stage is critical.
6. Click each window s close button to close the window. Don t save the changes.
Figure 1-12. Duplicating a window gives you a bird s-eye view and a detailed view of your work simultaneously.
Exploring the panels in the Flash interface
At this point in our stroll through the Flash interface, you have had the chance to play with a few of the panels. We also suspect that by this point you have discovered that the Flash interface is modular. By that we mean that it s an interface composed of a series of panels that contain the tools and features you will use on a regular basis, rather than an interface that s locked in place and fills the screen. You have also discovered that these panels can be moved around and opened or closed depending upon your workflow needs. In this section, we are going to take a closer look at the more important panels that you will use every day. They include the following: The timeline The Library panel The Properties panel The Motion Editor The Tools panel The Help panel
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