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    lauch full screen

    Hi!,

    can someone tell me how to lauch a fullscreen window with dream weaver (codes.. or anything? I have an index.html as a welcome page. When I click on the «enter site» button ..(open new browser link), I would like to have a fullscreen window... like a projector in flash (but I want it in dream weaver to redesign the «quit» button with the cells).

    tanx !!!

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    Yea,

    To to launch a full screen window with Dremweaver MX

    1)Select the element you wish to to launch the windown (ie. button or text)

    2)Go to Window--> Behaviors,click on the + symbol then down to Show events for (Choose your browser)

    3) Then Click on the + Symbol again and choose Open browser window and enter in how you want the window to display.

    *For full screen yout obviously not going to want to include the browser windows menu bars ect..*

    Good luck m8!

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    hi.. tanx for your help.

    It doesnt work by the way. I dont want to enter a resolution like (open windows at 800x600).. I want the html file to lauch full screen.... (so if your resolution is 800x600... 1024x768.. or others) it will always be full screen in the good size.

    exactly like this : http://www.frosch-studio.com/

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    auto stretching

    You may have to apply auto stretching to a table within the window u would like appear full screen.

    Only a suggestion!

    Good luck!

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    umm its ok thats dosent work either

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    no one knows?

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