I want to launch a web application in a fullscreen browser window with
nothing but the title bar and the accompanying window borders (I do not want
a completely chromeless window).

I started with the "Open Browser Window" javascript behavior in DWMX, but
there is no fullscreen window option for it. I decided to use
screen.availHeight and screen.availWidth javascript functions to make the
window size appear fullscreen, but the values are not taking the taskbar
into account like they are supposed to

Do I also need to use the window.resizeTo function to get the page sized to
the correct taskbar-included dimensions?

I found some references on the web to use a 'fullscreen=yes'or
'maximize=yes' method, but I am unsure of the reliability of those commands.
I have been finding information that refers to increased security in XP and
IE after service pack 1 that prevents chromeless windows from appearing, so
I am trying to alter the MX script as little as possible, hoping that the
script that is included with DWMX is compliant with the new security

The script that I am currently using is listed below. I relocated all of the
arguments inside the javascript to make it easier for me to add in the
availHeight and availWidth values, and the script still works fine:

<script language="JavaScript" type="text/JavaScript">
function MM_openBrWindow() { //v2.0
window.open('/003.htm','','toolbar=no,location=no,status=no,menu bar=no,scrol
lbars=yes,resizable=yes,width='+screen.availWidth+ ',height='+screen.availHei
ght+',left='+screen.availLeft+',top='+screen.avail Left);