Flash Player 11.3 and later support full-screen interactive mode,
in which content running in Flash Player can fill the entire screen
and accept text input
To enter full-screen interactive mode, the
of the Stage is set to the
For more information, see
Working with full-screen mode
For SWF files running in a remote sandbox, there are some security
To enable full-screen mode, in the
in the HTML page that contains a reference to the SWF file, add
its value set to
(the default value is
as shown in the following example:
width="600" height="400" id="test" align="middle">
<param name="allowFullScreenInteractive" value="true" />
<param name="movie" value="test.swf" />
<param name="bgcolor" value="#333333" />
<embed src="test.swf" allowFullScreen="true" bgcolor="#333333"
name="test" align="middle" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"
An HTML page may also use a script to generate SWF-embedding
tags. You must alter the script so that it inserts the proper
HTML pages generated by Flash Professional and Flash Builder use
function to embed references
to SWF files, and you need to add the
settings, as in the following:
AC_FL_RunContent( ... "allowFullScreenInteractive", "true", ...)
The ActionScript that initiates full-screen interactive mode
can be called only in response to a mouse event or keyboard event.
If it is called in other situations, Flash Player throws an exception.
An overlay message appears when the content enters full-screen
interactive mode. The message displays the domain of the full-screen
page, instructions on how to exit full-screen mode, and an
The overlay persists until the user clicks
they are in full-screen interactive mode.
Administrators can disable full-screen interactive mode for SWF
files running in browsers by setting
FullScreenInteractiveDisable = 1
the mms.cfg file. For details, see
In a browser, a SWF file must be contained in an HTML page to
allow full-screen interactive mode.