I have been reading the different awing posts and finally got up the nerve to share mine. It is an old projection screen like some of us watched movies on in school classrooms. If you will remember, the screen is spring loaded. I am just using the actual screen material with the white side up. No poles in the way if you use wall mount flag pole holders to side of camper or find something similar in rubber like I did.
Too easy! Take the tube part with the screen in it off the stand. Save the tripod stand for hanging a lamp on while camping. I mounted mine on the lip above the door using existing piece of aluminum. (I am sure there are many other options) Drilled holes in aluminum, then matched them in the lower lip of the metal tube of the screen. I used a washer, bolt, nut through the hole in lip tightening the not on the bolt. This left a good 1” of the bolt to slip through the L-brackets I mounted on the aluminum piece above door. I secured tune to this with wing nuts for easy removal. Drill a hole in each end of the metal bar that has the handle you open the screen with. Get two adjustable tent poles with the point on the ends and stick in the holes you just drilled. Adjust the poles to the length you like, hold up halfway on the side of your egg. Mark the spot to install flagpole holders and you are done. I did make a center bar using a piece of old tent pole for stability.
Cost: projector screen at junk store $3
nuts, bolts, washers & wing nuts aprox $2
adjustable tent poles(I got from old tent) can buy at some Walmarts Guess $20
three L-brackets $3
two flag pole brackets $12
I sure do enjoy mine.