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  I want to remove the border and title bar of the flash swf file or projector file. I used the flash jestor jugglor, it worked nicely for me but its costly. Plz some one refer me a free software , or other technique to do this work.
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If you *have macromedia Director you can import flash and do this easily, but Director is expensive if you do not allready have it. - just an option...
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Similar option to j3one, expensive if you don't have it, but Authorware will do the same too.

With a browser you can make it kiosk mode (iexplore.exe -k "path/to/html") - which is full-screen with no toolbars, etc; you also used to be able to get away with Chromeless browser windows, but I think that doesn't work from about IE6.
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I have macromedia director but I have not any experince over it. so plz tell some easy and cheap software
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--------> Similar option to j3one , I cant understand ....
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> -------> Similar option to j3one , I cant understand ....

I was just saying you can create an exe with Autorware, the same way as Director, but I guess if you are going to use either you would have been using Director as you have it.

My other suggestion from before, was if you can have your Flash in HTML (perhaps centred on a plain white or back background), you could (in IE) make it "kiosk" mode, which gets rid of all tool/status bars, etc.  I don't know what your actual needs are in this case, but it might be another option...
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Listen I need the following ...I am explaining again.
I have to made a strip in flash which is going to be run by CABLE OPWEATOR. They will use it to show advertisements. So the titlebar,menu, border and status bar are the very extra things to show in the TV.So I want to remove them, Plz tell me how I can do it.Remember again I want to remove Title bar, menu. I have removed the menu by action script but title bar is still thier.I have used FLASH JESTOR JUGGLOR Its very good projector 2 exe maker but its not free. :')
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>  So the titlebar,menu, border and status bar are the very extra things to show in the TV.So I want to remove them

I'll explain again too then ;-)

Kiosk mode does this...  Nothing else shows on the screen - even the task bar is removed with this.  It's also free, and very easy!

If it needs to be in a smaller window, then that would be a diferent matter, and one that I was not aware of.
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