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Running a full IE window

  TheSisko 08:25 22 Feb 03
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Hello folks. Just needing a little help. Im planning on doing to projections from a laptop through a data projecter. The thing is, the animation goes beyond something like PowerPoint. Ive done the animation in flash, and I'm wondering if it is possible to run a full IE window, with not toolbars etc. and insert this flash file so I get a full screen effect.

Thanks in advance


TS

  AndySD 08:44 22 Feb 03

Im no expert on this....but I seem to remember you can do this in the settings when you export the movie or as a projector file. I will go and see if I can find the details unless others know the route to take.

  Gongoozler 08:45 22 Feb 03

Hi TheSisko, this site has a discussion on opening IE in the full screen mode similar to the effect of pressing F11. I think this is almost (but perhaps not quite) what you want.

click here

  Gongoozler 08:53 22 Feb 03

TheSisko, this site click here has a suggestion that you use an HTML Application click here. But I don't understand any of it.

  AndySD 09:07 22 Feb 03

click here is this what you want?

  Ironman556 09:09 22 Feb 03

Go into IE, press F11, then right click the bar remaining at the top and select auto-hide.

Ironman.

  jazzypop 11:21 22 Feb 03

As Ironman556 says, F11 is the key - it is also available from View > Full screen

  TheSisko 18:32 22 Feb 03

Thankyou to you all, got it sorted now :)

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