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KIOSK Mode - not going full screen


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When I open up my runtime Kiosk solution, it does not fill the entire screen and leaves scroll bars on the bottom and right of the screen edges. Actually it is a tad bit too wide and not tall enough.

 

I have read the tutorials and did my best to search for older articles on this problem. Yes I found some articles refering to this issue but no fixes that work.

 

First, I checked my computer's screen resolution and it is set at the recommended (for that machine) size of 1366x768. I start the solution with an initial script to read screen size and report back and the numbers agree. I have also made sure that my layouts are exactly 1366x768 using the guides that the layout tools allow me to establish.

 

Finally, I added a script step as the very first thing to AdjustWindow size to Maximum.

 

The problem persists.

 

I have chosen to use Kiosk mode because I defintely do not want my user controlling the PC. I am using it exactly as one would expect a free-standing kiosk to work. And I need the full serface area of the screen for my layouts to be readable and, well, not look stupid. I cannot achieve what I want, at least not in an elegant fashion, simply by turning off certain controls. Havng read the kiosk help and other info, this is really want I want.

 

So...can anyone help me so that my layout will go corner to corner without scroll bars showing up?

 

Thanks in advance,

Russ

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