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Posted 10/19/17 , edited 10/19/17
It started only a few days ago that I can't watch the videos with Crunchyroll in full screen anymore as only a part of the image is loading, please see screenshot below. Does someone have an idea how to fix this, I tried with other browsers and it worked there.

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Sorry but it seems I can't upload the picture as well. So to describe it in more detail, only the left top corner is loading and the rest of the screen stays black without showing anything.
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Posted 10/19/17 , edited 10/19/17

FuyuA wrote:

It started only a few days ago that I can't watch the videos with Crunchyroll in full screen anymore as only a part of the image is loading, please see screenshot below. Does someone have an idea how to fix this, I tried with other browsers and it worked there.



See this thread for fixes. http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-1003183/have-any-firefox-users-been-having-problems-with-fullscreen-resolution-after-updating-to-flash-player-27
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Posted 10/20/17 , edited 10/20/17
Thank you penguincat.
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Posted 10/22/17 , edited 10/22/17
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Posted 11/23/17 , edited 11/23/17
If you still have that issue download and installing the 64 bit Firefox solved it with the newest Flash player.
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Posted 1/2/18 , edited 1/2/18
IIRC, I had to completely uninstall Adobe Flash (64-bit), then I discovered there was a 'hidden' 32-bit version of Adobe Flash that Windows had no uninstaller for (and may not have been updating!), so I had to delete it's files manually (from "Program Files (x86)"), and then finally ONLY installed the 64-bit version of Adobe Flash.

It seems they stopped testing the 32-bit version of Adobe Flash with Firefox since Firefox v55, which defaults to the 64-bit version of Firefox.
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