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[Size Converter Widget]

Date: Aug 2005
Tags: Flash :: ActionScript

Size Converter Widget This small application calculates rescaled area of a specified rectangular object. It can be used to calculate width based on a different height or new dimensions if an object was R-times larger.

Size Converter can be modified e.g. to calculate how to resize images based on their width and height or to calculate values based on a higher number of parameters.

Run Size Converter Widget

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