3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 15, 2007 9:04 AM by maureen27

    fscommand "showmenu"

    rc3rdmd Level 1
      I am creating a projector and using the fscommand "showmenu" as false (fullscreen false also). When I do this, and load a 'fullscreen' .swf file, it creates extra pixels on the top and bottom. Any way to work around this while not being able to view the menu?

      Thanks.

      Rob Childress
        • 1. Re: fscommand "showmenu"
          Level 7
          set fullscreen to true and then immediately set fullscreen to false...
          it will clear the top and bottom bands

          rc3rdmd wrote:
          > I am creating a projector and using the fscommand "showmenu" as false
          > (fullscreen false also). When I do this, and load a 'fullscreen' .swf file, it
          > creates extra pixels on the top and bottom. Any way to work around this while
          > not being able to view the menu?
          >
          > Thanks.
          >
          > Rob Childress
          >
          • 2. Re: fscommand "showmenu"
            Level 7
            HI Rob

            Try

            fscommand("allowscale","false")


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            • 3. Re: fscommand "showmenu"
              maureen27 Level 1
              Pulled up this thread from past.

              I have a projector 1024 x 768 and have used the fscommand("showmenu","false");
              which I need and works fine, but it does leave the space at the top and bottom on the projector on the windows xp machines.
              (on the mac it works fine)
              I have tried other fixes noted in this thread:
              fscommand("allowscale","false"); and the setting the fullscreen to true and then false.

              Nothing works.

              Can someone help with getting rid of the space at top and bottom when using a specific size projector (1024 x 768) for windows machines?

              Thanks!!!