It would appear your privilege set has no right to see the layout.
That's something you need to sheck in the "File" - "Manage" - "Security"
Check the settings of the privilege set you are using to open the file and look at the Layout settings:
Here you can see all options are greyed out, but if you make a new privilege set you can change the Data Access and Design settings.
Your problem is no access to that particular layout.
Thanks... that solved it.
Another question, though... now that it's working, the page width (the acdtive portion of the screen) is not as wide in kiosk mode as in "regular" mode. The kiosk is showing up in about a quarter of my screen. I can't seem to find how to make the active part wider... how do I do that? Or is that fixed in kiosk mode?
Is this on a Mac or Windows computer?
On Windows (running XP), using FM 12 advanced
You can set up a script using the Move/Resize Window script step to specify a larger window size--you may need to use that to get the window sized to fit your monitor, but the fact that you are using windows may complicate things. In windows, you get a a rather awful "window inside a window" appearance when you are not in Kiosk mode and your windows aren't maximized. In such cases, you cannot see an entire FileMaker window unless it is smaller than the application window it exsits inside of. I haven't tried Kiosk mode in a very long time and don't know if the application window's size might limit the size possible for your Kiosk display even though it is not visible...