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you can only (try) to achieve what you want with Java-script.
There is no way to make it work a 100% though, as Java-script (or parts of it) can be (and are quite often) disabled by the user. Action-script can only indirectly control Java-script, it has no access to browser-window properties.
Hmm...that´s to bad. There are ways in Dreamweaver to do it. Would it be possible to put the final flashmovie in a Dreamweaver document to get around the problem?
What Dreamweaver does is putting in a Java-script into the Page (that contains the swf in your case). This is probably the closest thing to your goal you can achieve.
I'd give it a try. Some advise (even if not asked for) from an old man: Some users don't like pages resizing (or trying to) their browsers and close those pages for fear of viruses etc.
Okey. I´ll give it a shot then :-). I share your conserne that some users probably will dislike it. And you always have to weigh pros against cons. In this case I think that the user is quite used to this way of working. Thank you so much for your input on the topic.