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Jason Peterson

Thanks Michael!  Cheers, Jason  p.s. so I can't have that imported SWF display itself larger than the screen / slide that I imported it into?  I understand I can link to the actual HTML file hosted elsewhere to run the playback but am wondering if I can display that imported SWF (from a slide) larger than within the slide itself?

Michael Hinze

Hm, the only way to display something larger than the slide's dimensions is a new browser window. I assume that using a scrolling panel is not an option in your case. That would at least allow you to display something that is vertically larger/higher than the slide itself. And using a lightbox is not an option for you either because it would display your swf file in a new window, BUT smaller than the actual slide.

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Elle,

When you set up the trigger, and select "Jump to URL/File" you can set the browser options using the small globe icon that is inline with where you place the file. When you open it up, the default is "open in new browser" as depicted in the image below. 

Let us know if you have any other questions!