What are the dimensions of your site, (what resolution do you have both of your screen in?) Are you using a browser to view the site or flash player?
you can publish for 100%x100% to open your app sized to the user's screen. then you'll need to use a listener to detect window size changes but i'm not sure that makes any sense.
It does, set the dimensions in the HTML publish settings to 100% by 100%
Do I only have to put the listener in the Home page?
I don't know what that code would like
1100x680, my resolution is set at the default settings (whatever that
I am using a web browser to view the site.
in what way does it make sense to display your flash at full-browser when first viewed and then force the user to keep that size if they change their browser window?
there is a setting in the publish setting that sets the flash site at 100% of the screen size (no scale) no matter what the size, so you scale down your viewing window and the entire site scales down. The setting I have set is scale: exact fit. When you scale down your window the site stays the same size you just see less of it.
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and what's the problem with letting users scale your swf by changing browser window size?
My boss just asked me to do a similar thing he wants our site to detect the browser size and dynamically scale to that. I get what you mean by adding an event listner, but like the other guy I am not sure of how the code should be stated, can you help me?
publish for 100%widthx100%height.
it doesn't make any sense to change that when the user resizes their browser window.