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03-Jun-2009, 10:16 PM #1
WMP 11 not staying in fullscreen
As the tittle suggests I'm having problems with windows media player 11 staying in full screen mode. Every time I'm playing a video file off of a playlist and I hit the next button, or when a file finishes playing it drops out of full screen mode.

So far I've tried messing with the advanced options in the performance tab, and that hasn't changed anything. I know I can lock the player into full screen mode using that little lock icon on the lower right hand corner of the console, but entering a stupid pin number when I want to look something up real quick gets pretty annoying, since I switch between the player and my browser fairly often.

Any way to get this frustrating program to perform as advertised?
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04-Jun-2009, 01:28 AM #2
My WMP9 is the same.
However, I can use VLC, and have no such issues.

WMP isn't a very good media player anyway, never was.
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