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    Hey everyone,

    I've seen a post similar to this, but the thread (died), and so I though i would attempt to revive it.

    I think it would be a great idea if we, as the Flash community, could share each others knowledge in regards to undocumented fscommands for the Projector. So let me begin it with this one that I have recently learned of:

    fscommand("trapAllKeys", true) - this one disables all keypresses (like the annoying <ESC>) that minimizes a fullscreen projector to a small window.

    Hope I get some positive feedback

    Thanks all!

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    "trapallkeys" isn't undocumented, but "save" is If you want a nice little fscommand reference and resource for some cool tricks check out Les Paone's Flash page at http://www.ci-berpages.com/flash/flash.htm


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    Hi gholland554,

    I'm not that adept with actionscript so don't have any fscommands to share, but tried using your "trapAllKeys"
    command and found it is not working. What could b wrong??

    Regards & Thanx,
    Avi

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    Are you using Flash 5? The trapallkeys command was added in Flash 5.


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    Hi northcode,

    Yes, i did try it on Flash4. So does it mean that I cannot do or use anymore fscommands in Flash4, other than what are provided by default??

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    Originally posted by Northcode

    "trapallkeys" isn't undocumented, but "save" is If you want a nice little fscommand reference and resource for some cool tricks check out Les Paone's Flash page at http://www.ci-berpages.com/flash/flash.htm

    Thank you for this link. "Save" command work under Win 2000 by using command.com program. BTW, do you know how to realize the same "Save" under Mac OS?

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    avrinder You can use the command in your Flash 4 movies if you make the EXE with the Flash 5 player. It's the container that implements the FSCommands. That's why SWF Studio (www.northcode.com) cna add over 40 new commands that can be used in Flash 4 or 5.

    Reder I don't know if the "save" command works on the MAC or not. I wouldn't recommend becoming dependent on it though. MM warned people in the macromedia.flash forum that its inclusion in the Flash player was accidental and it may disappear at any time.


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