Has anyone found a way to hide the toolbar, address bar, and menu in
the current web browser window? I cannot window.open as this method has
been defeatured due to security in IE. Works in Firefox within domain
I am showing an image and would ideally like to show it full-screen.
"Tim" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Has anyone found a way to hide the toolbar, address bar, and menu in
> the current web browser window? I cannot window.open as this method
> been defeatured due to security in IE. Works in Firefox within domain
IE has never had the ability to remove chrome on the current browser
window via script (the user can hit F11, but you can't achieve that
effect programmatically - thank goodness!).
Netscape 4 had the ability to remove chrome from the current browser
window, but that was more due to a bug with the implementation of
window.open() rather than by design.
Gecko-based browsers can't remove chrome on the current browser window
in the default security environment either. I'm not sure what you mean
by "within domain though!". I'd like to see what code you are using to
achieve the removal of chrome from the current browser window, as well
as your prefs.js and user.js files (which probably contains
modifications to allow chrome manipulation).
> I am showing an image and would ideally like to show it full-screen.
What if I'm looking at your image and I don't want to see it
full-screen? Since I am the visitor to your Web site (your "customer")
doesn't my opinion matter? Anyway, you are mistaken about the ability
for you to remove chrome from my instance of Firefox (you're also going
to have a hard time "showing it full-screen" on my browser), so I have
nothing to worry about.
Grant Wagner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Switch off / Hide Toolbars & Menu Bar from Application using VBA When my application starts 2 toolbars still remain open
1) Form View and
2) Formatting (Form/Report) Toolbar
Also ... Access's default Menu-Bar also remains open.
How to switch it off at the beginning of my application using VBA and
then switch it back on within the exit routine of my application ?
I managed to figure it out (trial & error). Here's my code:
Private Sub Form_Load()
CommandBars.ActiveMenuBar.Enabled = False 'Turn Access' Menu Bar
DoCmd.ShowToolbar "Form View", acToolbarNo
hide filename in address bar Hi,
Except for using the hosts url masking, there seems to be a way to use
Does anyone know how? I can't seem to find an example online...
In article <r5pxc.148976$gJ6.email@example.com>,
"The wee free man" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Except for using the hosts url masking, there seems to be a way to use
> address bar.
> Does anyone know how? I...
Menu Bars Show/Hide Windows XP SP3 / Access 2003 SP2
Using the API (this is my function referring to the API)
ShowWindow Application.hWndAccessApp, SW_HIDE
ShowWindow Application.hWndAccessApp, SW_NORMAL
Access "Menu Bar" and Default Toolbar is gone as well as the Database
window's Toolbar (Open, Design, New, Delete(X) and Views)
I'm hiding Access after a Splash screen, and then showing Access
later after a main form comes up.
I need to show Access sometimes while I'm developing...but, no menus.
Typical attempts do NOTHING! ("Menu Bar" = 4)
removing address,tool menu bars I use
<form action="screen.php" target="_blank" method="post"> and a submit button
to open a new separate window which is simply a display screen. I therefore
do not wish to have the address, tool and menu bars displayed. Can I do this
form script? or would I have to put some HTML script on the page that is to
be opened. or is it only possible with java script?
Can anyone offer a solution on how to do this?
> I use
> <form action="screen.php" target="_blank" method="post"> and...
Hide the Menu Bar from view obstacle! Access2k non runtime.
In a previous post, I mentioned that I wanted to hide the Access 'Menu
Bar' from view. That means that I DO NOT want to be able to see the
MenuBar, even as a momentary flash during the load of my project!
I thought I had accomplished this using the:
CommandBars("Menu Bar").Enabled = False In conjunction with a custom
blankmenu. But, as it turns out, it removed the default menuBar from
Access itself. This is not acceptable!
By this I mean that when Access is run without an app, the MenuBar is
absent. I can Restore the MenuBar at the close of my a...
NB: Hiding Menu-Bars in an already opened Window. Hello NG,
Is it possible, to hide the menubars of a browser, if the window is already
opened? I want to post a html-form to a "_blank" target (new window). This
new window should have no Menubars.
Thanks for any help!
On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 08:44:32 +0100, Peter Pippinger wrote:
> Is it possible, to hide the menubars of a browser, if the window is already
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FMP 5.5 XP sp2. How to hide Menu Bar? The Menu bar lists...File | Edit | Insert | Format | Records | Scripts |
Window | Help
I'm having a real hard time finding a way to keep the user's from clicking
on the file name in the "Windows" item list.
To be clear, I'm talking about the menu bar that appears at the very top of
the window while using Filemaker under Windows.
Even in a compiled version, you can click on "Window" and see all the
layouts in the file, and click on and open them. This is causing problems.
In article <tBMqi.42$cV6.email@example.com>, "Latka Gravis"...
Programmatically copy custom shortcut menu bars (command bars)? Hi all,
I've read through the archives on this, and scoured the web, to little
There has to be a way to move custom menu bars (or menubars, or command
bars, or popup command bars, or whatever) from one database to another,
because it's an interface import option. I'm happy to slog through
coding it myself, but I need a few pointers. Anyone out there done
this, or found code templates for it? Seems like the CommandBar object
belongs to the Office library--how do you attach that to a database
then, using code only?
Just in case: yes, I know about File > Get external ...