Changing volume or contrast exits fullscreen.

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mintybadger
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Changing volume or contrast exits fullscreen.

Postby mintybadger » Sun Feb 21, 2010 4:48 pm

When i'm playing flash video in a browser, for example on youtube, whenever i change my volume or contrast it exits fullscreen. I change the volume and contrast via the keyboard function keys, and a badge showing the new volume/contrast will popup then dissappear. This popup is probably whats causing it to exit fullscreen, but is there anyway to get them to live in harmony. I quite like the popup telling what the new volume is. If there is no way to get them to play nice, how do i disable this popup? I'm using mint 8 main.

Thanks.

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Re: Changing volume or contrast exits fullscreen.

Postby revdjenk » Wed Feb 24, 2010 8:12 am

mintybadger,

Don't have an answer, as this probably happens to everyone! (thought I would answer with something, so you would know people are reading this!)

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Re: Changing volume or contrast exits fullscreen.

Postby beefstu » Wed Feb 24, 2010 9:03 am

Ive heard its a Flash bug, would need to poke adobe to do something useful about it!

If you find it really annoying, I guess you could disable libnotifier, assume that would work.
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Re: Changing volume or contrast exits fullscreen.

Postby mintybadger » Wed Feb 24, 2010 10:41 pm

thanks


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