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set backgroundAlpha="0" on the mx:Application, and/or set the wmode="transparent" on the embed directive in html.
okay this is what i have ,,, but it didnt work, mabey i did it wrong?
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<mx:Application xmlns:mx=" http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml" layout="absolute" height="561" width="930" backgroundAlpha="0">
And it's safe to assume that you want that whole workspace on the desktop, not just the menubar, in which case you'd also want to size your app to the menubar dimensions?
when you first open a new app. there is the grey gradiant workspace,,, then you start to create you new whatever, that grey gradiant, i want to make transparent so you dont see it behind the menu i made,
I also figured to make it the same size as the menu so its right behind it and nothing sticks out but if there is a way to make it transparent that would be better.
Ah. I understand now. Bottom line? Don't know. I'll bet it involves wmode in the Flash lexicon, though throwing that bone out may draw real engineers in to answer the question ;-)
hmmm.. i just took another look at a component i downloaded and they have the color set to a grey, then in an external css. they have
backgroundGradientAlphas: 0, 0;
mabey thats what i need to do,
but i know in flash its easy to set the canvas the same size as your application etc,