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Since update last week, unable to resize popup windows?

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I used to be able to right click in the bar above the address bar and click Size and move any one of the sides in or out to resize the popup window. Now since the upgrade, it will let me select Size but won't let me size the window, it doesnt go anywhere. Please help!

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can you show me a pop-up window?

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Hi hgehring76, were you previously using Firefox 12 (released about 8 weeks ago) or the much earlier Firefox 3.6?

Can you check this hidden preference and make sure it is set to "true": http://kb.mozillazine.org/Resizing_popups

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Make sure that the window isn't maximized (Alt+Space > Unmaximize) or that your are in full screen mode (F11).

See also:

Geändert am von cor-el

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I keep my firefox updated always to the newest version. I checked and that setting is set to "true".

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I have the same problem (I also have the resize setting set to "true"). It seems to be happening just with flash pop-ups (e.g., pop-out video players for Hulu or Amazon Video), but not with regular pop-ups.

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It seems to be happening just with flash pop-ups (e.g., pop-out video players for Hulu or Amazon Video), but not with regular pop-ups.

Where do you find the pop-out players? I can run in-page videos full screen, but they seem to be either in the page or full screen without an intermediate option. Did you have one before?

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In Hulu, it's Options > Pop-Out Player (available on any regular playback page) In Amazon, the pop-out button is next to the fullscreen button in the lower right hand corner.

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Looks like in my case at least it's specific to Flash 11.3. Switching to 11.2 fixes the problem.