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Thread: I want a pop up window that you can't maximize, how?

  1. #1
    banned by dp
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    Jun 2002

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    I want to have my flash movie contained in a specific window that you can't maximize.

    Like http://www.intellixmedia.com

    Notice that the maximize button is ghosted out? That's what I want.

    How is this achieved?

    Is it javascript that is on the html splashpage which launches this new window that will contain the flash?

    How do I adjust what size I want, etc.

    And does the specs on this window have anything to do with the fs commands of allowscale, etc.


  2. #2
    Senior Member EQFlash's Avatar
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    Jun 2002
    where i'm at
    place this script on the keyframe where you want it to trigger the action.
    Make certain that the getURL part of the script reads as one line in the actions panel.
    this.onEnterFrame = function(){
    getURL("javascript:window.open('http://www.macromedia.com','Computer1','width=800,height= 600,top=0,left=0,toolbar=no,scrollbars=no,resizabl e=no,menubar=no,status=no,directories=no,location= no,fullscreen=0'); void(0);");

    adjust the dimensions as you wish as to width, height, top, left. leave everything else as is.
    Works Perfectly.
    You'll notice I use this.onEnterFrame alot in my scripts.

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