Could you add a link to your site here at all ? That would help with some workarounds maybe.
I have noticed that many of the professional websites designed by web-agencies use a common design. They design the content to fit the majority of users who can view and do seem to view at around 800 x 450 - take a look at this as a good reference point.
They then place the main content in a container - and centre it - so that it moves with fluidity - as the users resize the browser window, the content stays central on the page. Often a background image is used behind the main content - and the background image can be scaled to fit the window.
You will note that many of these sites use the same method. Since such reputable designers use the same methods I would assume there's a damn good reason to do it that way, it must be the best way available . . . if there was a reliable way to scale everything then I would bet these pro's would be doing so - but they dont.
Sorry I do not have the kind of solution that you are looking for. I am not a pro and very new to CS5 myself but I hope it may help you out. I think you are looking for something that can not be done effectively or consistently but I may be wrong. Perhaps someone knows but in the meantime . . . work around it.
Thank you for yor Reply and your Advice. I know that the designer must see the moniotors references and from wich customers with be more visited ,
but i thought that with flash catalyst it will be easy done,
but at least how can i activate the scrollbars in order even the small monitors can see?
I took a look through the code and I noticed the css style has 'overflow' set to 'auto'
Remember I am a newbie and not a pro but I think that if you want the scroll bars to show - then you should change that styling and set it to 'scroll'
For more information on this take a look at this . . .
It's a good resource site for reference and there are great examples which help all us newbies understand these things a little better.
I do however reserve the right to be over ruled by the pros that post here ; ) If I am wrong then hopefully one of them will help you out.
That doesn't seem to work , it shows the scroll panel but they are inactive,
do you know maybe how to activate the scroll through flash builder?
That's a massive NO - sorry aniseplanet - I use CS5 Web Premium and I am a newbie to all intensive purporses. I have been finding my way around Flash Pro and Flash Catalyst to date. My background was Print Media originally, more Magazine and Ad Design so I am much more familair with Photoshop and Illustrator and some previous knowledge of Dreamweaver helped but I have no idea about Flash Builder at all. That's a massive step up for most people.
I think you need to get some advice from those with more knowledge and as far as Flash Builder goes, they are quite rare. I am sure someone will show up if you give it time, maybe make a new post in the Flash Builder Forum. Sorry I could not be of more help and I hope you get some guidance soon.
Best Wishes and Good Luck.