After trying to read thru your posting, I don't know the problem is either. The background will be whatever color you make it, which it seems to be doing correctly. The background will not hide your content though, unless it is some movieclip you created rather than the atctual background of the movie and you've arranged it in some way that could hide some content. Something else is most likely causing your content to not be visible, so you need to spend some time explaining what that content is... does it involve animated text?
Firstly thanks for the fast reply.
Basically its just a room thats drawn in flash using the brush tool. The only thing that was imported was a screenshot of my computer screen which was used for the monitor screen on the computer in that room. The second thing is just an animation of sparkles. The computer, bedroom, wall, window all dont seem to appear when i load the .swf.
Here are two images. The first one is of when the box comes up and it looks fine.
and heres when i load it from the .swf
You can only see the monitor and the sparkles. But since the background colour is white you wont be able to see the sparkles.
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I don't know what that third image you tried to include involved, but can you show a screenshot closeup of your timeline that shows the label end of it?
Actually i think i figured it out. Its due to the flash player. When it was testing the scene it would play for flash player 9. However with me being on windows 7 and only having flash player 7 is the reason why it wasn't working. I simply published with flash player 7 settings and its worked fine.
Thanks for your help though Ned