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    Default Can't use 'full screen' properly with FLV player

    Once I click on "full screen" I cannot change screen size or stop the video. How do I do this in FLV player?

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    Default Re: Stuart

    We have worked with you on this issue in tech support and with your system apparently it does not work. to adjust the screen size it works by selecting the ESC key on your system or using the controls that show at the bottom of your player.

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    Default Re: Stuart

    I have the same problem as Stuart --

    Player locks up in full screen or 2x mode. Hitting esc key or any other action is ignored. It appears the player consumes 100% of CPU and no other commands are recognized. The only way to stop it is to kill the process.

    Too bad, seems like it would be a nice player - perhaps it can be fixed ?

    winxp pro sp3 system
    Last edited by Dee; 01-15-2011 at 03:20 PM. Reason: typo

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    Default Re: Can't use 'full screen' properly with FLV player

    Hi All,

    To adjust the screen size it works by selecting the ESC key on your system or using the controls that show at the bottom of your player.

    If this does NOT work, kindly submit a ticket to technical support so we can address it further.
    Best Regards,

    Jeff Lenney
    Technical Support
    Applian Technologies, Inc.

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    Default Re: Can't use 'full screen' properly with FLV player

    You may have figured this out already, but in full screen mode you can right click to access controls and you can also double click to toggle full screen

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