In Flash Pro (or whichever app you used to create your SWF), the stage area needs to be set to Full_Screen. Did you do that?
Also, the <object> and <embed> code needs a width of 100%. Did you do that?
Of course you realize your SWF animation will not be viewable in the world's most popular mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, iTouch, Android, etc...), right?
Thanks Nancy I have the swf published to Ful_Screenl yet for some reason it just doesn't come in as large as I expected. I tested it with swiffy and the size is much larger.
And yes I'm aware of the limitations of Flash currently. Any additional assistance would be appreciated.
What is the URL to your test page?
Nancy I will be putting up the page temporarly in a day or two and will get back to you. Thanks for the assistance.
i found a webpage, which used html5 video tag, could display videos in the full screen. you could hava a look here video.webm. And maybe you need to convert swf to html5 video. I can't say very much more to you, .