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    Question Default IE to full screen?

    If I were to use MSIE as the menu front-end interface, how do I make it so that it will default to the "F-11" version of the maximized window?
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    If you close IE in full screen mode, it will load up in full screen mode next time you run it. I just tested that.

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    thanks.
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    Cool

    Go to MSDN and look up "Kiosk mode". All the info is there.

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    on the command line, type "iexplore -k", it will open up in kiosk mode.

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    Question

    Anybody know how to actually start an app. (Like winamp) from an html (active desktop) page?

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    Wink

    just make a hyperlink to either a file who's type is already linked with winamp (like an mp3 or m3u file) or link directly to the winamp program itself (winamp.exe).
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