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I love how it is obviously the same person making several accounts, or a friend of his.
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Originally Posted by nooboc2012 View Post

Never heard of waterfox until I came to OCN. Why use it over firefox?

I was using the 64bit Nightly up to now, and running some browser benchmarks myself Waterfox (and probably other icc custom compiles which shall never be named in this forum :-)) are decisively faster, even though they are based on older code than Nightly.[/quote]
Edited by Marsu24 - 12/4/12 at 2:33am
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[dupe deleted] ... surely Cyberfox was the reson that the form was submitted twice :->
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Quick off-topic question
I have only one monitor, and I was wondering if it was possible to watch a video in full screen in one browser, while using another browser to actually browse the web ?
Thanks in advance
Not on a two monitor setup right now, but I don't see why not. Best way would be to open two windows (Ctrl+N does this in most browsers), drag one window to the second monitor, then start up your full screen video in whichever monitor you prefer. Then you should still have a browser window available on the other monitor.
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Originally Posted by Pandemacia View Post

Quick off-topic question
I have only one monitor, and I was wondering if it was possible to watch a video in full screen in one browser, while using another browser to actually browse the web ?
Thanks in advance
Not on a two monitor setup right now, but I don't see why not. Best way would be to open two windows (Ctrl+N does this in most browsers), drag one window to the second monitor, then start up your full screen video in whichever monitor you prefer. Then you should still have a browser window available on the other monitor.
Although, I have run into an issue with some online video players. If your primary monitor is set at a lower resolution, if you try to full screen the video in the second monitor, the video will run at that resolution covering only a portion of the second monitor screen. This works vise-verse if your primary monitor is a higher resolution. In other words, it is a scaling issue. This doesn't happen with YouTube, Hulu, or any other popular video sites.
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Although, I have run into an issue with some online video players. If your primary monitor is set at a lower resolution, if you try to full screen the video in the second monitor, the video will run at that resolution covering only a portion of the second monitor screen. This works vise-verse if your primary monitor is a higher resolution. In other words, it is a scaling issue. This doesn't happen with YouTube, Hulu, or any other popular video sites.

What I want is to do it on one monitor. I have a 23' screen, and I want one window looking at a video in full-screen (Half of my monitor), and another window where I can browse Overclock.net smile.gif (Other of my monitor)

Any add-on or options I can use ?
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Originally Posted by Pandemacia View Post

What I want is to do it on one monitor. I have a 23' screen, and I want one window looking at a video in full-screen (Half of my monitor), and another window where I can browse Overclock.net smile.gif (Other of my monitor)
Any add-on or options I can use ?
I don't believe there is anyway to do that.

You would just have to snap window 1 to the side, and window 2 to the other side.
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Originally Posted by JRuxGaming View Post

I don't believe there is anyway to do that.
You would just have to snap window 1 to the side, and window 2 to the other side.

Yeah that's what I currently do. I was still wondering, since I was watching a stream that needed more definition.

Thank you smile.gif
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Thread cleaned.

Please keep ON TOPIC everyone. The discussion should center on Waterfox (not Cyberfox or other browser projects), and please keep any 'criticism' limited to that which is clearly of the 'constructive' variety.

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Thread cleaned.
Please keep ON TOPIC everyone. The discussion should center on Waterfox (not Cyberfox or other browser projects)

I keep visiting this thread like when you cannot make yourself look away from a train wreck... so on a constructive note: Until the said bug is fixed by a 3rd party (and there's nothing happening in the ticket) there won't be a new Waterfox version, though other unnamed browsers seem to compile - correct? If so, I guess a daily visit over here doesn't make much sense atm.
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