Mantener el modo de pantalla completa mientras se actualiza en javascript

<script>
GoFullscreen();
location.reload(); // Browser automatically goes out of fullscreen on this
</script>

If I use this code in a web page it will go fullscreen, refresh, and the browser will automatically go out of fullscreen because of the refresh. I need the code to go fullscreen and refresh, without going out of fullscreen mode.

<script>
GoFullscreen();
RefreshPage(); // Refreshes the page without going out of fullscreen
</script>

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If you want to know why I'm trying to refresh the page like this, it's a work around to my other question aquí unless I get an answer there. If anyone knows how to reload data-processing-sources on a canvas that would make it so I didn't need this. Otherwise refreshing the entire page is the only way I know to reload the data-processing-sources.

preguntado el 09 de septiembre de 13 a las 22:09

2 Respuestas

You can put the content into an iframe that is 100% width by 100% height. Then make the iframe refresh itself. The page containing the iframe can be set to fullscreen and then the iframe refresh won't cause the parent page to lose its fullscreen mode.

Some helpful info about fullscreen via JS: Cómo hacer que la ventana sea de pantalla completa con Javascript (extendiéndose por toda la pantalla)

Respondido el 26 de enero de 22 a las 03:01

I have no problem going into fullscreen mode, my problem is that when I refresh the page while in fullscreen mode it goes out of it while I need it to remain in fullscreen mode. - Caínes

I guess I was too vague with the wording, maybe my edit of the question will help you to understand my problem. - Caínes

Can you try an iframe approach? Do you happen to have a JSFiddle that you could share? - Scott

Using an iframe and refreshing the frame whenever I resize it works for this and if they resize the window, so this actually solves this problem and another I have, thank you very much! - Caínes

Oh great, it was a shot in the dark, but I'm glad it's resolved. Cheers! - Scott

Your question is not very detailed/descriptive of exactly the issue that you are encountering, so it makes responding with a good answer difficult. What I take away from it though is that it sounds like you should make an asynchronous http request using AJAX, so that only the information that you need is requested from the server, not your entire document again. You say that while you are in fullscreen you need some information on that same page to be refreshed, right?

Are you familiar with making AJAX requests at all? If not be warned... there's a steep learning curve. JQuery simplifies it a bit (Documentación de la API), but I think it is nice to learn it the plain vanilla JS way (Mozilla Dev Network Documentation)

Espero que esto sea útil.

Respondido el 09 de Septiembre de 13 a las 22:09

Sorry, I'll modify my question to try to make it easier to understand. Basically if you put a web page in fullscreen, and then use location.reload(); the web page will go out of fullscreen automatically. This is all I want, to use location.reload() without it going out of fullscreen automatically - Caínes

Unless the settings of your document are to go fullscreen when you load it, which it seems they aren't, when you use location.reload() you are going to see the webpage as it was when you first loaded it.What about adding a new canvas element with JS after you go fullscreen? - leer

This method of having two canvas's and hiding one depending on whether the page is in fullscreen or not works and is a quick solution, though the other guys solution also solves another of my problems. Wish I could accept both of your answers. - Caínes

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