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sorry this is not a bug.
1) The code you have above, you are attempting to set the 'txt_fl.text' value, which would be the actual text in the field, to the value of the Stage.height.
2) The Stage's size does not change once published and can only be change in the authoring tool, the swf is being 'scaled' if you have it set to do so, but the size of the Stage will always remain the same.
3) if you are trying to adjust the height of the textField you should adjust the field's _height property, which can be set to the Stage's height, but you will only need to do so once, not within a running loop.
I thinks this is not a Flash Player bug. Just think about this.
When you resize the browser, is the browser that tells the Activex or PlugIn that the size has changed.
When this happens the PlugIn tells that to flash, and flash receives an onResize event that updates Flash size information.
If this information is not been refreshed with a margin of zero there is a lot of probability that the browser is the one not changing the control size and not the FlashPlayer the one not recognizing it.
So maybe the bug goes beyond flash.
Remember though that for detecting size, the SWF file should be set to width and height of 100% in the publish settings and that Stage.scaleMode should be set to "noScale" and Stage.align to "TL".
juankpro, you're right. i think it's more like a firefox bug...
"Remember though that for detecting size, the SWF file should be set to width and height of 100% in the publish settings and that Stage.scaleMode should be set to "noScale" and Stage.align to "TL"."
yeah. i'm using a fullscreen application. that's why clbeech didn't get the test. he wasn't publishing correctly.