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Adobe flex PopUp Manager

Hi

I'm trying to call a Popup Manager in one of the component.
So the scenario is like this:

There is a component say button  and on click Popup Manager Opens a Title Window.
Its working fine and PopUp opens properly.

Now, I reduced the size of the window in HTML which embeds the SWF to fit in one block in my HTML Page and now when i click on this button, pop up opens but it takes only defined size.

What i want is that even though the size of the Component is small the Popup should take the size of the HTML or screen.

How to achieve this.

Hope I explained my problem properly. Please reply i require any more clarification.

Thanks
Puneet
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deepanjandasCommented:
Try doing a fullscreen on popup.

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Deepanjan Das
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PuneetKSaxenaAuthor Commented:
Can you explain in more details?
My PopUpWindow is TitleWindow component which takes size width="938"
            height="595"

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deepanjandasCommented:
Have you hosted it anywhere, can i see the apps. I think I misunderstood your question.

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Deepanjan Das
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PuneetKSaxenaAuthor Commented:
please check this site

http://www.sap.com/mena/index.epx

Click on SAP services->learnmore.. and it opens a popup window, even when  the calling component size is very small

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deepanjandasCommented:
I think this in not flex. It rather uses a javascript library.

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Deepanjan Das
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PuneetKSaxenaAuthor Commented:
Yeah but i want something like this in flex :)
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chrisP4DCommented:
if you want a pop up to be the size of the screen resolution, regardless of how big the containing window is, just use Capabilities.screenResolutionX and Capabilities.screenResolutionY as your width and height.
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chrisP4DCommented:
but if you do want it set to follow the constraints of the browser window, you can use stage.stageWidth and stage.stageHeight
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PuneetKSaxenaAuthor Commented:
workd fine as suggested
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