Been using the Stage["displayState"] = "fullScreen" property
in 9.0.28 to get some full screen action, but I noticed in Mozilla
when you press the escape key to exit the fullscreen mode the
keyboard focus is not returned to the flash movie...instead I have
to click on the flash movie before I can use keys again. In IE7
keyboard focus works as expected... press escape and then keyboard
focus is back within the player within the browser. Anyone else
seen this behaviour and have a workaround?
I'm having sort of the same issue - I have an application
with menus that fade in and out via rollOver and rollOut events.
When in normal mode, this works fine. I change to full-screen and
it works as well. But when I revert back to normal from
full-screen, the flash API still thinks that the mouse is over the
flash movie, even though it is on another part of the browser that
is 100% not flash once the movie has gone back to normal size. Only
by moving the mouse over, then out of the movie, will the event
What's interesting, is that it seems that the FullScreenEvent
that fires when the mode changes, Flash player first processes all
the code in the event handler, THEN actually changes from
full-screen to normal. So I can't even use the mouseX and mouseY
properties to check if the mouse is over the object in the event
handler, as it calculates the positions, returns the dimensions and
then changes to normal mode.
This problem is not present with IE - it works as expected.
So has anyone been able to overcome this for firefox?