Keep Flash Videos in Full Screen On Dual Monitors
Keep your flash videos in full screen while multi-tasking with dual monitors...
If you’re running a dual monitor set-up, you’ll have noticed that flash videos streamed from sites such as Youtube and Hulu, won’t stay maximized on one screen while you try to work on the other – as soon as you click, the full screen video returns to normal size.
If you’re a video junkie like myself, you’ll no doubt find this very annoying. But, thanks to blogger/browser patcher d.i.z., there is a quick, simple hack to rectify this problem.
Full Screen Screen Flash On Dual Monitors
Simply grab d.i.z.’s modified NPSWF32.dll file from http://my.opera.com/d.i.z./blog/2009/04/22/watch-fullscreen-flash-while-working-on-another-screen and replace the one located in:
- C:Windowssystem32MacromedFlash or C:WindowsSysWOW64MacromedFlash folder on Windows 7 64-bit
Don’t forget to back up the original file just in case something goes wrong.
After replacing the .dll file and restarting your browser, you should be able to multi-task without loosing full-screen playback.
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