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How do you disable the menu bars in an swf file?  I have my flash movie that opens in the player but want to disable the menu bas at the top.  Does anyone know how?

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Ashley
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The swf file it's self doesn't have any menu bars as you've worked out it is the player.

Is your swf movie only used in the player?
If it is then export the movie from Flash as a projector (.exe).
This will create a Flash movie embeded in it's own version of the player.
With this a third party exe editing tool such as exeScope can be used to remove the movie's menu bars.

The question is, is the movie always used in a player and also can it be used as a projector (.exe) file?

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in the first frame of the movie..put this..

fscommand("showmenu", false);

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