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martyhr

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Monday, December 22nd 2008, 8:50pm

How to start this pano in Fullscreen mode

Hi, I can not find how to start pano in fullscreen mode.

http://virtualpanorama.cz/pf2009EN/

Marty ?(

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Tuesday, December 23rd 2008, 11:55am

hum, is it possible to start in fullscreen mode in flash ?
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Tuesday, December 23rd 2008, 3:03pm

Right, I am wrong.
It is immposible in flash.

I was mistaken because I work with DevaVr and it can start panorama in fullscreen .

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Tuesday, December 23rd 2008, 5:08pm

Yes, you have to click on a button to go fullscreen, I think.

Klaus, you confirm ?

This is a (volontary) limitation of Adobe, to avoid "spam" software ?

I think this is for the same reason there is written "Press Escape ..." each time you go fullscreen.
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Tuesday, December 23rd 2008, 6:26pm

Hi,

yes, it's not possible to start in fullscreen, it's has flash security reasons,
switching to fullscreen can be only done in response to a user event (like a click or a key)

here a quote from the Flash/Actionscript3 Documentation - Full-screen mode security

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The ActionScript that initiates full-screen mode can be called only in response to a mouse event or keyboard event.

Users cannot enter text in text input fields while in full-screen mode. All keyboard input and keyboard-related ActionScript is disabled while in full-screen mode, with the exception of the keyboard shortcuts (such as pressing the Esc key) that return the application to normal mode.

A message appears when the content enters full-screen mode, instructing the user how to exit and return to normal mode. The message appears for a few seconds and then fades out.