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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 83342 14-May-2011 12:20
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Hi GZ,

Has anyone noticed that the fullscreeen mode on the Mediaworks TV Ondemand website no longer fulls the whole screen?

The full screen mode worked fine up until a few weeks ago.  Now when I go into fullscreen mode the video enlarges to about 80% of the screen.  The video is align to the left, with is a black bar down the right hand side.

Are other people having the same problem? or is it just me?

I sent a message to TV3 via the feedback form at the bottom of the TV ondemand help page, but haven't received a reply.

Any info will be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 469051 14-May-2011 12:59
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I just barely noticed it last night but it didn't really bother me that much relative to the constant annoying glitches that Mediaworks seems to suffer throughout its web sites.

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  Reply # 469089 14-May-2011 16:20
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Does this for me too.
Doesn't work correctly any browser on Windows 7 or Mac. It is full screen though if watched in XBMC although that plugin has issues with TV3 playback just quitting randomly.
You'd think someone at Meduaworks must be aware of the issue.

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