Hi guys - thanks again for the quick replies!! I should mention also... he... is a she :D - common mistake.
And Smooth - yes - that is exactly correct! Thank you for making it perhaps a bit more clear.
I think I may have figured out 1 major part of my dilemna - I created a "skin" in photoshop - it's simply a big rectangle with a little rectangle cut out in the middle. I made it slightly larger than the size of my stage (to accommodate - hopefully - for a receivers larger screen). I then placed it on my stage as a picture, rather than as a cover for the scene viewer. I placed it so that it overlaps all of the edges. And the buttons - I then (of course) put the buttons on top of the picture.
On my computer - the tour shows up beautifully, with all of the buttons placed where I want them and the scenes showing up as I want them to.
What I need to know is...
I want the tour to show exactly like this on any computer that opens it (some screens are bigger - some smaller - obviously). Meaning that the edges of the tour are black in full screen and not. The actual pictures or panos are not distorted in anyway and the scene viewer is still positioned where I would expect it to be. And the buttons are positioned in their proper place - and yes, I do know about the anchor position, but I've run into problems before, where the buttons along the bottom were inaccessible because they were under the lower taskbar or where they ended up positioned on the actual pictures or panos - both of which - I do NOT want.
I need to know:
1. what size to make the stage - and I guess then provided I tick off the option to "scale to browser window" the scene viewer will also be that size.
2. what size to make the photoshop picture to overlap the edges enough that any computer will have the edges covered with the black - and how to position it properly to do this.
3. And where in relation to the stage would I put the buttons - and in turn - would I anchor to the middle?
I also have a button that says "more info" - it shows up perfectly as an iframe, unless I've clicked the "full screen" button - in which case I have to exit full screen to see this page. How do I fix this, so that it also shows up when in full screen?
Here is the link for a tour that I'm in the process of creating.
I'm sorry for the "longwinded" message - just trying to be extra clear - hopefully I haven't confused anyone more. Thank you as always for all of your help!!!! It is greatly appreciated!!!