Olli.Pettay at helsinki.fi
Sat Oct 15 02:05:29 PDT 2011
On 10/15/2011 07:27 AM, Anne van Kesteren wrote:
> I wrote up a draft:
> Defining when exactly the "fullscreen enabled" flag is set for Document
> objects I will leave up to HTML. As well as defining the
> "allowfullscreen" attribute. Presumably it should be set for Document
> objects associated with the top-level browsing context and descendant
> browsing context as long as their browsing context container has the
> aforementioned attribute set.
> If we want to transition from fullscreen when navigating, HTML can
> define that as well, neatly integrated in the navigation section. The
> "Model" section of the Fullscreen specification has an appropriate hook.
> I have not added the key restrictions given earlier emails.
> Unfortunately there was not that much feedback on them, but maybe this
> draft will help on that front!
> I went with "fullscreen" rather than "full screen" as that seemed
> cleaner and easier to type. I also used "enter" and "exit" rather than
> "request" and "cancel" as they seemed somewhat nicer too. I'm less
> attached to this latter change though.
To me "enterFullscreen()" sounds like something which couldn't fail.
"requestFullscreen()" is closer to what actually happens: script asks
UA to go to fullscreen mode, but it may fail if user or UA for some
reason denies the request.
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