no solutions here? maybe i should NOT be adding a html header above the flex app? what are other people doing then?
Message was edited by: BosDog
Look into writing the flash file with swfobject library. It is basically a
matter of having 2 HTML divs header, content. You put whatever you want inside
header, write the swf inside the content.
width and height as percent arguments
swfobject.embedSWF("mymovie.swf", "flashcontent", "100%", "100%", "10", false,
flashvars, params, attributes);
you will probably need to apply some styles on the divs in html also
It is doable with AC_FL_RunContent. but you need to play with the JS and HTML...
none of these suggesstions have worked and i still have this problem with every new flex app. users with low resolution or lots of add-ons in their browser (like google search bar, etc.) cannot see the whole app on their screen and their vertical scroll bar is cut off preventing them from scrolling.
i find it hard to believe that HTML cannot be included before a flex SWF app ... this is VERY frustrating. maybe deserting flex and switching to HTML 5 doesnt sound like such a bad idea now...