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Topic # 101570 4-May-2012 08:54
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Hi all.

I recently plonked the kids in front of the computer to watch a bit of iSky and discovered that despite my best efforts I could not find a way of making the video go full-screen (or even 2x the size). I was stuck with about a 5" window in the middle of the screen.

Has the re-sizing functionality been removed (or am I imagining that it used to be available?) or am I missing something really obvious here, like a missing plug-in?

Running an 18-month old Compaq Presario all-in-one desktop, on Win 7 with plenty of RAM and processor speed for the job, so don't think it's hardware related.

Any help would be appreciated.

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  Reply # 619303 4-May-2012 09:25
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The FS function is located just to the right of the volume control - be careful or you may miss it when hovering your mouse over the invisible button :)




 

 

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  Reply # 619325 4-May-2012 09:52
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Knew it would be something obvious.

It's Friday...and I've been sick with man-flu.




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