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    Unhappy Seeking for help on chromeless window

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...chromeless.htm

    This script works fine with XP, even though I saw a note stating that
    it does not work for XP. However, one question..... When full screen opens up, no matter what color I use for bkg color, it opens as WHITE which scares off viewers.

    How and where about HTML I have to change the color ? or is this kinda like a bug for IE ?
    Thanks for your help.

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    Depending on loading speed (connection and the time it takes for the screen to show up... browser delay) it will show white.

    I think this may just be due to the default white color of IE.
    However, it may be related to the background color of the page.

    In which case, set <body bgcolor="#0000FF"> for blue, or whatever.

    See if that helps at all.

    If you aren't currently using a default color within either the body tag or css, then that may be the issue. Especially if you are relying on a script to change the window... that will create a bit of a delay.
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    Thanks for your advise !

    Yeah....I set bkg #000000 everywhere I can think of, including
    <STYLE>, but still pops up in blank white for few second then go on to
    #000000. This really scares off viewers make them think that their puter
    is crashing ! But one thing I did not know, is there such a thing as " default
    color for IE " ?, and that is " WHITE" ? as you mentioned..... I really like this fullscreen viewing script, (* don't know why called " Chromeless window." )
    but with this " WHITE-OUT" problem, I am not able to use it, I regret.
    I also tried alternative, such as pop-up scripts, but none works, due to today's secutiry trend.

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