FullScreen Property


For global setting:
set the fullScreen to <boolean> For stacks: set the fullScreen of <stack> to <boolean> Applies to card windows (global), stacks


The fullScreen property determines whether Oracle Media Objects is displayed in a window or takes over the entire screen. When fullScreen is set to true there is no title bar, menu bar, or Message Box displayed. Similarly for stacks, if fullScreen is true, then the current stack will take over the entire screen. If fullScreen is false, then the current stack is displayed in a window. If your stack is designed to run in a window, then set fullScreen to false; if your stack is designed to use the entire screen, then set fullScreen to true. When you set the fullScreen of a stack to true, the application's fullScreen is automatically set to true. If you then turn fullScreen off globally, the stack's fullScreen remains true. To return to normal view: press Ctrl-M (Command-M on the Macintosh) to reveal the menu bar, then deselect the "Full Screen" option from the "Navigation" menu.


The global fullScreen property can be set to true or false by selecting or deselecting the "Full Screen" option from the "Navigation" menu.


Create a button with the following script: on mouseUp get the fullScreen if it = false then set the fullScreen to true end if wait 3 seconds set the fullScreen to false
This text has been mechanically extracted from the Oracle Media Objects MediaTalk Reference, © 1995 Oracle Corporation, and is provided here solely for educational/historical purposes.