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Nvidia Surround Fullscreen YouTube Fills all 3 monitors, should only fill 1

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Title says it all. For the last 4 years I have blamed this issue on YouTube, Windows, or Nvidia. Being a devout Firefox user, I only tried putting a YouTube video to fullscreen for the first time in Chrome the other week. My mind was pretty much blown when it worked properly and only filled the monitor I had YouTube open on.

With this newfound knowledge, I will not stop crying about this here until this gets fixed in Firefox. I'm dedicated to Firefox and I spend a lot of time watching YouTube. Up until recently I've been using an add-on that made YouTube fill the page it was running on (still not truly fullscreen), but that add-on has broken and the developer has yet to fix it after several weeks of it being broken.

Please fix this!

tl;dr - Nvidia Surround, 5760x1080 resolution, making a YouTube video go "fullscreen" should only fill ONE monitor (the monitor YouTube is specifically open on) instead of all 3.