hey, are you previewing the movie in flash...or are you exporting it first because if you are previewing it in flash it will not show the full dimensions of the movie until you export it or play the swf in the flash standalone player...
gparis, I will get back to you on that.
i'm at my day job, right now
I have done it both ways. previewed and uploaded the swf file
and still the same problem.
here's an example of what I mean it's not a background
but the "circle" should occupy that whole area top left.
but it's being cropped on the top and side.
this happens to every image - I place on the stage.
I think I see what you mean. You should use framesets to embed your swf into the html. The "bleed" you are talking about is a term used with Photoshop. with Flash we'd say "borders" i saw you have all margins at 0 but it's not enough. Framesets allow you to use the whole page area, without these annoying "borders". You might want to go take a look at Colin Moock site. It's an amazing resource place. here's a link towards that specific problem (check solution2> framesets): http://colinmoock.iceinc.com/webdesi...thewindow.html
hope this helps