For some reason, whenever I use a web browser in awesome, it is always fullscreen. And yes, I am in tiling mode. Does anyone have a clue why it is doing this? Thanks.
on 07/14/2012 – Made popular on 07/14/2012
I am using the VLC browser plugin to play YouTube videos. I am using a two-screen-setup on my PC and I want to watch videos on my second screen while working on the first one. Whenever I activate the full screen mode of the browser plugin, the the first screen is used by default even though I start the fullscreen mode from the secondary screen.
I've managed to get YouTube Flash videos fullscreen by using two tips, but whenever I move the mouse pointer to a different screen (thereby changing the application focus) the fullscreen mode is canceled. Is there some way to ensure that only application focus changes on the same screen cancels the fullscreen mode?
Is it possible to have no 'active window' border when using the fullscreen tiling mode? I find it annoying when watching a movie or other video, as I get a bright border around the screen. It's also useless in fullscreen mode in general. Could anyone help me out?Thanks!
I want to use the onboard keyboard to enter text into a form in a website I have open in firefox. Ideally I want to run firefox in fullscreen mode. In non-fullscreen mode onboard comes up no problem, but when I enter fullscreen onboard disappears, and doesn't show until I leave fullscreen mode again.
as a follow-up to this (closed) thread
so i've got the latest version of flash for linux (the one that's gonna be the last version, 188.8.131.527) and firefox 25.0.1+build1-0ubuntu0.13.10.1 and the described behaviour does not happen on youtube (which runs flashplayer as far as i can tell), but happens in other video players, like jwplayer (use
Hello all, I'm having trouble using Firefox to view flash content on an old(er) laptop. Even if a flash video (for instance, on youtube) is not in fullscreen mode, the CPU is pegged, and if I fullscreen it, there is some lagging and stuttering. That same video, however, streams in minitube just fine, fullscreen or windowed, and only takes the CPU up to about 50%. Likewise, I