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    popup problems for diff screen resolutions

    Hello,
    I am having a few problems sorting out pop up windows.
    the site i am working on is at http://www.parisfoto.net
    I have a menu page with 4 buttons which each load a popup page.
    The movies in the popups pages are 1024 x 690 big.
    I want the contents of these pages to scale to fit the users monitor.
    However I want the toolbar available so they can minimise while it loads.
    The script on my "freedom" button is
    on (release) {
    getURL("javascript:NewWindow1=window.open('freedom .html','win1','width='+screen.availWidth+',height= '+screen.availHeight+',left=0,top=0,toolbar=yes,lo cation=No,scrollbars=Yes,status=No,resizable=No,fu llscreen=No'); NewWindow1.focus(); void(0);");
    }
    when I used fullscreen = yes....
    I didnt get the toolbar....but I did get the scaling...
    any ideas?
    Thanks in advance!

    J
    btw any feedback about site most appreciated!
    Jax Interactive
    jax@jaxinteractive.com
    http://www.jaxinteractive.com

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    Try toolbar=1

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    You have "toolbar" and "resizable" mixed up. Make your resizable=yes, that should do it for you. I think it would look better also with scroll=no.
    Regards,

    Ron

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    Thankyou for responding...
    I was wandering though....
    I want the page to resize according to browser window...
    whehn viewed at 800x600 especially with scrollbar=no you cant see the whole page as the original movie is 1024x690.
    How do i do it so
    a: there is a toolbar enabling minimise while loading
    b: everyone will be able to see the whole page
    sorry if this is obvious...

    J
    Jax Interactive
    jax@jaxinteractive.com
    http://www.jaxinteractive.com

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    I just looked at your corrections. I still think you should lose the menu & scroll (cosmetic still has scroll at this writing) for these pops (personal opinion). Only because of that large resolution.

    If you scale, you may run into resolution problems with your images. There are many things you could do. First, try putting your (image) movie into a table. This way you can scale to 100% of the user's browser window on the popup. You'll have to try several settings until you reach your objective (change resolution on your computer to test, etc..). Try percentage on publish; leaving movie at "match movie" and insert into table w/ 100% setting; or into table that is 100% AND movie at percentage as well. Play around until you get it.
    Regards,

    Ron

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