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Scrolling Streaming Video Often Causes Screen To Minimise.

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    Sometimes when streaming a movie I start scrolling to hurry it up to save time.
    This often causes the screen to minimise.
    I was wondering if this is normal, or if there is a Firefox add on to help keep it in
    full screen mode.
    Thanks for reading.





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    Thanks.
    Could not find anything that seemed suitable.
     
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