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Fullscreen without title bar


 
sebast Is there a way to get rid of the title bar so that the e-book appears in fullscreen ("kiosk" mode.
I can't find any solution !

Posted on: 11:02 pm on April 18, 2001
EBookCompiler Hi there

Titlebar is just about the only thing we don't have an option to turn off - yet

Everything else (toolbars, status bars, menu) etc., is on Edit User Interface


Posted on: 2:03 am on April 19, 2001
sebast Thank you for your response.

I hope it will be soon implemented.


Posted on: 10:57 am on April 19, 2001
Danial If you wish to make a kiosk type of program without any title bars and even make it any shape you want, you could use the Multimedia program fromhttp://www.mediachance.comIt is not designed to make large E-Books or even work like Ebook Compiler does, but it will do in a pinch for small programs. It is very cool to make interfaces with to launch E-Books from CD's
Dan

Posted on: 5:48 am on August 29, 2001

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