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I'm not quite sure what you are meaning here. The swf file itself will have whatever you put into it, no more and no less. If you are meaning the environment within which it is run, then that is not going to be under your control - people might be using one of a range of browsers with different levels of configurability, and as developer you have very limited access to that (deliberately for security reasons).
Maybe if you want more control over the environment "furniture" then an AIR app would be more suitable than a Flex app?
If your SWF (meaning your Flex or AIR application) incorporates a toolbar and for whatever reason you want to NOT display it at some point, just set these properties to false:
myMenuBar.visible = false;
myMenuBar.includeInLayout = false;
includeInLayout ensures the menu will not be considered in laying out the app, so it is truely hidden.
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Yep, I second Richard. An AIR application would be more suitable for something like this ( let's not even mention that you can even skin it and work with the local system - something that a Flex application can't really do << not with an earlier version of Flash Player at least >> ).
Thanks for reply.
I wanted my .swf file to be displayed in fullscreen and menu bar to be hidden.
I have done this using
This will load an application in fullscreen and will hide the menu bar at the same time.
This is really very useful information thanks.