that looks like an embedding problem.
to confirm, test your swf using the html code published by flash.
Well, even the native flash player when opening the swf-file shows this behavior...
Ans since I didn't hear about a method to change it's behavior with html and the margin is INSIDE the embebed object and not a margin or padding, the html-export gives me the exact same display with an offset of about 10px to the right.
Do you get the same problem when viwing the flash-file?
e.g. when you click "Start" the white picture should be really on x-pos=0, no black frame on the left.
or when you hover at the bottom, the grey bar should be filling. it is set to x=0px, width=800px.
Is there an option in adobe flash to set a global offset?
yes, i see the problem.
upload the flash published swf and html and post a link to the html.
Sorry for bothering you, I found the mistake:
In a for-loop I used for(x=0;x<list.length;x++)... x was just randomly chosen.
However, just typing x seems also be able to set the stages x-offset, so I got an offset to the left of list.length.
I'm using var i:int=0; now.