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Created: rsuthar (14 Mar 2008)
Last edited: hamishwillee (14 May 2013)

My idea for the same will be like

Take a variable which maintain current status of application

I mean to say,

Initially application will start with noScale mode.

Stage.scaleMode = "noScale";

So that you can get proper height and width of screen due to fullScreen mode.

then after change Stage mode to normal mode means

Stage.scaleMode = "exactFit";

Using this you can code your elements and height as well width ratio.

For initial loading this thing will enough, I think :).

Then after,

You have to place a timer where mentioned function will return Stage height and width,

Using same, changing mode.

We can’t handle stage resize event because that event will work only in noScale stage scale mode.

Ravindra Suthar

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