It's a sweet trick, but it can be difficult to implement. Good luck!
Here's the JS header:
// Chromeless window v1.0 (OPEN)
// http://www.microbians.com / Gabriel Suchowolski power[z]one - firstname.lastname@example.org
// Distributed under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License
// - This routins are modifications based on Steinman DynAPI, so please... better use the original one. http://www.dansteinman.com/dynduo/
// - Chromeless trick by webFX. http://www.eae.net/webfx/
// - Chromeless mouse control to handled like a normal window by Gabriel Suchowolski power[z]one
Really? I thought it was pretty damn cool.
In any case, the chromeless trick is just for removing the standard application window edge. You can still have a chromeless window that isn't maximized. See the microbians site: http://www.microbians.com.
Welcome to FlashKit, Bill!
This Boardroom forum isn't really the place to get answers for questions such as yours. If you read the 'guidelines' at the top of the list, you'll see why.
If you had supplied us with an email address, I would have done you a favour and moved this thread to a forum where help is available and emailed you to let you know where it had gone.
I suggest that you post this question in the General Help forum.
the way egomedia does it is with what is no doubt meant to be a maze of HTML pages in a frameset, a 'sniffer' .swf, and the seeming lack of an index.html. one of my co-workers figured it out, but it's not fun to edit. fullscreen is rarely necessary and it's becoming and old schtick around here.
also, be aware that the latest version of Microsoft's IE browser(jeez, now i forget the name) doesn't support this trick, and i dont think netscape 6 does either.
[Edited by jaredigital on 01-27-2001 at 06:23 PM]