Full screen videos - doesn't
bib_vivaldi last edited by
Still when trying to view videos full screen puts a window around it, and we lose the bottom part of it meaning we are unable to access the video controls. Been happening since the year dot, on Linux.
TbGbe last edited by
Works fine for me (on Youtube) with Mint 18.
Have you tried changing "use native windows" under Tools/Settings/Appearance ?
Terc last edited by
As has been mentioned before, this is a difference between flash and html5. Html5 videos in fullscreen work fine, which is why most youtube videos work without problems. If you try to view a flash video in fullscreen you get the window border around it.
Musikolo last edited by
Is there any workaround to solve it?
No workaround yet.
MaXtreeM last edited by
Hi, one workaround I use is to have a key binding to fullscreen a window (operating system setting). I'm sure you are able to do this on most of Linux distributions, don't know about Windows. I use Alt+F11 to do this. It may even be set to that binding already (I think Xubuntu had it this way) and if not, go to your keyboard settings. Doesn't solve it but one can still enjoy watching videos in fullscreen.