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You have no choice : using iframe/div (I think there is a way to set data instead of url) in Flash Player or using AIR
Yes, people tend to think at first (myself included) that since Flash player is used in a web browser environment it should BE a web browser. But obviously Firefox or Internet Explorer or Safari are 10's of MB in size, whereas Flash player is 2mb download. Flash may get better at dealing with some basic HTML at some point, but CSS, etc. are almost certainly never going to be fully supported. Look at the existing compatibility issues between the major browsers already and ACID tests. Adding another one into the mix is counterproductive.
I certainly agree, it is annoying when I get a 60k letter Terms & Conditions Word DOC from my client's legal department, that I then have to massage into htmlText for Flex.
Thanks for your answers. I know its kinda of tricky cause normally it is "Flex in HTML" but not "HTML in Flex". I will try iframe to externally interfacing web browser to complete my task.