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Dos script?

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I am a flash guy and am clueless in any scripting past actionscript and few other web languages. I need help with a possible dos script, your help or pointing me in a genereal right direction would be much appreciated.

So here is my problem. I designed a kiosk as a flash projector movie, (which is an .exe.) I am linking to a website from this projector. So when I click on a web link it brings up Internet explorer over top of the flash movie. This is fine, except if a user clicks back on the flash movie residing behind it, it cause's the browser to get stuck behind the flash movie to never return. I can call a dos script from an fs command in any number of events, but I am not sure where to start with the dos script.

My thought is that I shut down all windows, unless they are in focus, except for the flash application. Could I make a script that shut down internet explorer unless it was in focus? Any other ideas.

Please help!? :tazz:
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