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Posted on 2007-11-27
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Hi,
I have some asp + flash based tests on my intranet, I would like to block browser control during the testing session. I would like this solution to work both for ie and firefox.

Functionality: when test starts (flash object embedded in an asp page) browser navigation toolbar becomes unusable (or unavailable) and browser goes full screen. When test ends browser goes back to normal.

Please provide practical examples or code snippets.
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The only option here is opening a popup window.
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