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Chapter 6. Publishing > FS Commands

FS Commands

If you just double-clicked your executable file, you may have noticed that the project still appears within a window, looking similar to the Flash Player. This is because the project has not been set to Full Screen. In order to give your newly created, self-contained project special features such as Full Screen, you must issue FS commands to Flash to tell it to perform such actions.

FS commands are a series of commands that can, in some cases, pass arguments to the host program of the Flash Player. In this instance, we will be looking at the self-contained executable host. However, you could be using an FS command to send messages to JavaScript within a browser. You may want to use FS commands to talk to Director through strings or events. You can even use FS commands to pass information through to Visual Basic or C++ applications.


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