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When maximizing videos to full screen, the entire screen turns white

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When maximizing videos to full screen, the entire screen turns white (sound is fine, just can't see anything). This happens on YouTube or any other video site.

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== Seems to have started happening once the latest Adobe Flash player was installed

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Same problem after Adode flash update

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Same issue, 3.5.10

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same problem

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Brett here again...

SO, is this just a "this problem sucks" forum, or, does someone at Firefox actually take care of these?

Never submitted a problem before!  :)

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Since there are just a handful of us so far...who knows?

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Same problem. What is the fix?

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same problem using xp...

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7.9.10 I have the same issue also.

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Having the same problem for about a week. Don't remember what it was, but something was updated like Adobe.

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Same freaking problem!!

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same problem wtf???

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Try to disable the hardware acceleration in the Flash Player: Flash videos won't play full screen Flash "Display settings" window: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/help01.html


See also http://kb.mozillazine.org/Plugin-container_and_out-of-process_plugins ..... You can try if it works if you disable OOPP (Out-Of-Process-Plugins). You can set the prefs dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.* to false on the about:config page to disable the plugin-container process. dom.ipc.plugins.enabled (currently false in Firefox 3.6.x) dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npswf32.dll (Flash) dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npctrl.dll (Silverlight) dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npqtplugin.dll (QuickTime)

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cor-el must be from Krypton, b/c they are Super! (terrible joke, I know...)

Seriously, though, the "Disable hardware acceleration" on Flash worked like a charm...

I'll see what I can see about updating my drivers, but they should be good to go!

Thanks again, cor-el !!

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it's only this solution:

1. Right-click in the standard youtube video window (non-full screen). 2. Choose 'Settings...' from the Flash Player's pop-up menu. 3. Uncheck the 'Enable Hardware Acceleration' 4. Click 'Close'.

the second solution from cor-el is affects only the plugin-container.exe. if you have problems with firefox and its plugin-container after updating to firefox 3.6.4, then you have to change the config in this way.

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THANK YOU!!! This solved it!


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it's only this solution:

1. Right-click in the standard youtube video window (non-full screen). 2. Choose 'Settings...' from the Flash Player's pop-up menu. 3. Uncheck the 'Enable Hardware Acceleration' 4. Click 'Close'.

the second solution from cor-el is affects only the plugin-container.exe. if you have problems with firefox and its plugin-container after updating to firefox 3.6.4, then you have to change the config in this way.

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I just disabled "Enable Hardware Acceleration" under the settings window when right clicking on video playing in Youtube. The settings in Internet Explorer were set to enabled hardware acceleration, so I presumed it wasn't a problem with Flash Player itself. Upon disabling in Firefox, I was able to see fullscreen video in Youtube, but it was choppy and laggy sometimes. Then I re-enabled the hardware acceleration, and everything was fine. Small bug from flash and mozilla, but an easy workaround. Hope that helps you!

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