Flash: Full-Screen Mode

October 5th, 2006 by Luis

Full-screen mode is now supported in both the stand-alone player and the browser players.

The full-screen mode in Flash Player is initiated through ActionScript and can be terminated through ActionScript, keyboard shortcuts, or by the user switching focus to another window.

Read more in Adobe Labs: Flash Player:9:Update:Full-Screen Mode

Click here to see an example (right click to enable and disable full-screen mode).

You must have version 9,0,18,60 or greater of Flash Player.

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4 Responses to “Flash: Full-Screen Mode”

  1. Charley Says:

    I’m trying to create a button that will make my flash video jump into full-screen mode from my custom flash video player. Do you know the action script needed to do this?

  2. Darren Says:

    Charley, you can use the following code:

    fullScreenButton.onRelease = function (){
    goFullScreen();
    }

    function goFullScreen() {
    Stage.displayState = “fullScreen”;
    }
    function exitFullScreen() {
    Stage.displayState = “normal”;
    }

  3. chad Says:

    what if we wanted to have a xml playlist of .flv’s instead of just one?

    how would we go about doing that?

    very interesting blog btw thanks very much!

  4. Pops Says:

    I create flash video in AS3. I want that no one can resize the flash screen. I want to put the script on 1st frame, no use of button…..What can I do….Pls provide me the full script…. HELP ME OUT

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