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Sorry if this thread already exists, but I can't be the only one who is bothered by this.

I'm all settled in to marathon some anime,. Everything is going smooth and I have the anime set to Autoplay I won't have to get out of my nice warm blanket nest...

But then the episode ends and while the next episode does, indeed, play. I have to get up and put the video back into full screen. It's so irritating!

I'd really be killer if you guys could fix that. I know it's possible to have it stay in full screen, I mean. Netflix and Hulu both do this with no problem.

Thanks for reading!
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Posted 7/29/14 , edited 7/29/14
I really don't want to have to install something to make this work...but I guess if Crunchy roll can't do it I'll have no choice.
Posted 7/30/14 , edited 7/30/14

SoloGrayson wrote:

I really don't want to have to install something to make this work...but I guess if Crunchy roll can't do it I'll have no choice.


Its not a matter of " If Crunchyroll cannot do it" its more of a matter of " If the company that architected the playback protocol let my screen be taken over by a random webpage"

if this ever changes, we will let people know, as this is a highly desired feature.
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Posted 7/31/14 , edited 2/8/15

Csgod0 wrote:


SoloGrayson wrote:

I really don't want to have to install something to make this work...but I guess if Crunchy roll can't do it I'll have no choice.


Its not a matter of " If Crunchyroll cannot do it" its more of a matter of " If the company that architected the playback protocol let my screen be taken over by a random webpage"

if this ever changes, we will let people know, as this is a highly desired feature.


Well considering crunchyrolls main function is video playback, doesn't it seem like if the application they are using for video playback doesn't support what people want it to do its time to use another form of video playback that does?

I'm not ignorant as to WHY it's currently not an option, I'm just wondering why it is still being used when it's obviously not performing like the people who are paying for this service want it to.

Especially considering all of its competitive options like Hulu and Netflix offer this option. (YouTube also allows for this type of playback and I don't even have to pay for that.)
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