Post Reply Can't click buttons after fullscreened
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Posted 8/13/13 , edited 8/20/13
I am currently using my free trial, and everything is running smoothly, however, when i go into fullscreen, and try going back out of it, I notice that my mouse pointer has to be about an inch above the actual full screen button, this is the same with all the buttons. I also can't change quality, is this not possible on the show i'm watching, or in the free trial?
NEW: After watching a ton of shows, I noticed that this doesn't always happen, every few episodes it is perfect, but the vast majority are glitched. Not sure if this really helps, just thought it was weird.
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Posted 8/14/13

Babaganuche7 wrote:

I am currently using my free trial, and everything is running smoothly, however, when i go into fullscreen, and try going back out of it, I notice that my mouse pointer has to be about an inch above the actual full screen button, this is the same with all the buttons. I also can't change quality, is this not possible on the show i'm watching, or in the free trial?


You know, I have the same issue when I'm on an SD monitor - are you also using one, by any chance? Widescreen monitors work just fine for the button locations, however. I'm using Chrome, but I think I've tested in other browsers as well.
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Posted 8/14/13

MakotoKamui wrote:
You know, I have the same issue when I'm on an SD monitor - are you also using one, by any chance?

I assume you mean a 4:3 monitor, correct?

I certainly hope you're not running on an old 640x480 VGA monitor.

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Posted 8/14/13

TheAncientOne wrote:


MakotoKamui wrote:
You know, I have the same issue when I'm on an SD monitor - are you also using one, by any chance?

I assume you mean a 4:3 monitor, correct?

I certainly hope you're not running on an old 640x480 VGA monitor.



Wellllll... I do have one in the back...

But yes, I meant 4:3, as opposed to 16:9, I should be clearer. For those monitors, I usually pop the window out and maximize the result, it's basically the width of the screen and the best they can do, rather than stretched to fullscreen with offset button positions.
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