set your container(which holds ur image) width to 100%.
If you want the myApp.swf to be the full browser window, you want the object and embed tags to have height=100% width=100%. The only tags inside the body tag.
These are set in the
If you're using that.
I don't know what you guys are getting for a default template but this works in all browsers for me. You can go this page and stretch it every which way. Read the page source and use it.
The container is the Application tag. and that is set to 100%
When I removed
params.wmode = "transparent";
The grey nabkground now expands. But I have set my Application background to blue in FB3 and that doesn't expand.
This 100% browser thing seems to come through once a day. People don't seem to be getting the difference between the browser and the swf. The swf sits in the html. So the html is going to have the final say on height and width of the box in the html page.
You need 100% height in the object and embed tags.
swfobject.embedSWF("debug/main.swf", "myAlternativeContent", "100%", "100%", "9.0.0", false, flashvars, params, attributes);
does just that my friend.
It works. But you don't know why
swfObject is not in the standard html template for fb3.
is in the standard fb3.