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Rahim

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Sunday, May 27th 2012, 3:45pm

hiding addressbar / Browsing page with resolution 1280*720.

hi guys i am doing a project and my client wants to use the tour and embed it in a sort of a presentation and they asked me to do the following :

· Browsing page with resolution 1280*720.

· Adding close button to close browse we user click on it.

· Hide address bar and windows bar.

is there anyone who knows how to do that in HTML
or maybe you guys might have a better idea...

thanks a lot
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Rahim

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Tuesday, May 29th 2012, 10:39am

anyone??????

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Tuesday, May 29th 2012, 5:43pm

Just make an intro button to run in fullscreen, and a close button to drop out of fullscreen or js(window.close);
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Wednesday, May 30th 2012, 3:54pm

I am not sure what your client wants to do.
If it is for an offline presentation on his own screen/monitor/ projector I would make a flashprojector.
Just use the krpano Protect Tool and generate a standalone Mac or Windows Projector from it.
It can be setup to start up in fullscreen.

I do not see why you should make a web presentation fixed to 1280x780.
It would be rather stupid as there are hundreds of different screen sizes both smaller and larger.

As Sacha says you can make a button that forces the viewer to go fullscreen.
Like this demo.
http://www.360-foto.dk/sofia/

Hans