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> Hello i need to suprime the toolbar from my projector.
> How can make it?Please be in a clear english because I,m spanish and my english is not good.Thanks.
And my Spanish isn't good, so I'll assume 'suprime' means remove.
Try adding the following to a plain text file with the same name as your
projector but the extension "ini" - if your projector is named
"projector.exe" then the text file would be named "projector.ini":
Hello thanks for the gramatical comment.jeje
Tell me i don,t understand where I must write this text.[Settings]
> Tell me i don,t understand where I must write this text.[Settings]
Exactly where I told you: create a plain text file and place it in the
same directory as your projector, with the same name as your projector
but with the extension .ini
Add the suggested text into the file, save it and run the projector. The
ini file tells the projector what to do, in this case to hide the titleBar.
what do you mean abaut a "plain test file"?
I must do it whit director?
> what do you mean abaut a "plain test file"?
Plain *text* file - the kind of thing you'd create with Notepad as
opposed to Word or Wordpad.
I make it and the toolbar don,t remove from my projector
Thanks one more time
Sorry - I can't help any further. I don't have Director MX installed any
longer, so can't check the available options for removing the titlebar.
I don't understand why the ini file isn't working for you either. Check
the one in your Director folder - it's called 'Director.ini' and lists
most of the available override-able settings
now I go to holidays a week in the return I will continue with this toolbar problem.