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Why does chrome do this?
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https://gyazo.com/1ecd99b4a76d7a90ed45db8071189abf

Happens regularly with Twitch and Youtube, where clicking fullscreen doesnt actually go fullscreen and keeps the top and bottom there.
Anyway I can stop it from happening?

https://gyazo.com/1ecd99b4a76d7a90ed45db8071189abf

Happens regularly with Twitch and Youtube, where clicking fullscreen doesnt actually go fullscreen and keeps the top and bottom there.
Anyway I can stop it from happening?
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#2
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I get the same, simple fix when it happens press f11

I get the same, simple fix when it happens press f11
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same thing happens to me, i have no idea why

that, plus no in-browser java support and being reminded constantly that i have to reinstall chrome because it's out of date is making me want to import my favorites and move to firefox

same thing happens to me, i have no idea why

that, plus no in-browser java support and being reminded constantly that i have to reinstall chrome because it's out of date is making me want to import my favorites and move to firefox
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Viperno in-browser java support

This is a good thing. Java applets are shockingly bad when it comes to security and anything you'd want to do in a Java applet you can do better in HTML5 and Javascript these days. I suppose it doesn't play so nicely with some legacy sites but those are the security risks.

[quote=Viper]no in-browser java support[/quote]

This is a good thing. Java applets are shockingly bad when it comes to security and anything you'd want to do in a Java applet you can do better in HTML5 and Javascript these days. I suppose it doesn't play so nicely with some legacy sites but those are the security risks.
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DavidTheWinThis is a good thing. Java applets are shockingly bad when it comes to security and anything you'd want to do in a Java applet you can do better in HTML5 and Javascript these days. I suppose it doesn't play so nicely with some legacy sites but those are the security risks.

that's very true

besides, the only site that i use that requires in-browser java is pingtest to test packet loss, so not a huge loss

[quote=DavidTheWin]This is a good thing. Java applets are shockingly bad when it comes to security and anything you'd want to do in a Java applet you can do better in HTML5 and Javascript these days. I suppose it doesn't play so nicely with some legacy sites but those are the security risks.[/quote]
that's very true

besides, the only site that i use that requires in-browser java is pingtest to test packet loss, so not a huge loss
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im using chrome as main browser and just go for firefox when i really want to use java somewhere.

however idk why chrome does this, for me it sometimes even goes fullscreen video playback but keeps some items / text above the video which is quite annoying, restarting chrome usually fixes it for me tho.

im using chrome as main browser and just go for firefox when i really want to use java somewhere.

however idk why chrome does this, for me it sometimes even goes fullscreen video playback but keeps some items / text above the video which is quite annoying, restarting chrome usually fixes it for me tho.
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I have noticed that I get thus bug a lot after I wake my computer up that had a browser that was open when I put it to sleep. The easy fix that I found is just restart chrome.

I have noticed that I get thus bug a lot after I wake my computer up that had a browser that was open when I put it to sleep. The easy fix that I found is just restart chrome.
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#8
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same thing on opera

same thing on opera
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Never happened to me on firefox

Never happened to me on firefox
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ManSkirtDude101Never happened to me on firefox

i cant even load twitch on firefox

[quote=ManSkirtDude101]Never happened to me on firefox[/quote]
i cant even load twitch on firefox
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#11
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Twitch is making the switch over from flash to HTML5 currently so this shouldn't be a problem later on. For the moment they're testing it out allowing only Twitch Turbo users access to the option of switching between the two.

If it really is bothersome to you can SUBSCRIBE TO TWITCH TURBO (TM)

if youve ever needed a reason to sub to turbo, this is it

Twitch is making the switch over from flash to HTML5 currently so this shouldn't be a problem later on. For the moment they're testing it out allowing only Twitch Turbo users access to the option of switching between the two.

If it really is bothersome to you can SUBSCRIBE TO TWITCH TURBO (TM)

if youve ever needed a reason to sub to turbo, this is it
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Smesisame thing on opera

I've never experienced it on opera, but i do regularly if i use chrome

[quote=Smesi]same thing on opera[/quote]
I've never experienced it on opera, but i do regularly if i use chrome
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yeah this happens to me. It's not a constant thing either so it's really annoying.

yeah this happens to me. It's not a constant thing either so it's really annoying.
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This happens to me. I've found that both closing and reopening chrome fixes this, and also going to chrome://plugins/ and disabling adobe flash (shockwave) and then closing chrome and then re enabling it also fixes it for me.

This happens to me. I've found that both closing and reopening chrome fixes this, and also going to chrome://plugins/ and disabling adobe flash (shockwave) and then closing chrome and then re enabling it also fixes it for me.
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#15
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I've had a bunch of crashes with opera watching the TI stream using the html5 player :/

I've had a bunch of crashes with opera watching the TI stream using the html5 player :/
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#16
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Chrome does that on my mac but not my pc

Chrome does that on my mac but not my pc
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I have the same,

N3voI get the same, simple fix when it happens press f11

has been working fine for me as well :>

I have the same,
[quote=N3vo]I get the same, simple fix when it happens press f11[/quote]
has been working fine for me as well :>
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nice bookmarks shoosh

nice bookmarks shoosh
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ViperDavidTheWinThis is a good thing. Java applets are shockingly bad when it comes to security and anything you'd want to do in a Java applet you can do better in HTML5 and Javascript these days. I suppose it doesn't play so nicely with some legacy sites but those are the security risks.that's very true

besides, the only site that i use that requires in-browser java is pingtest to test packet loss, so not a huge loss

If you need to use a Java applet, I'd just use IE or Safari, or a version of Firefox released before they cut off NPAPI support later this year if you're on Linux. Or just not use the applet if you can.

[quote=Viper][quote=DavidTheWin]This is a good thing. Java applets are shockingly bad when it comes to security and anything you'd want to do in a Java applet you can do better in HTML5 and Javascript these days. I suppose it doesn't play so nicely with some legacy sites but those are the security risks.[/quote]
that's very true

besides, the only site that i use that requires in-browser java is pingtest to test packet loss, so not a huge loss[/quote]
If you need to use a Java applet, I'd just use IE or Safari, or a version of Firefox released before they cut off NPAPI support later this year if you're on Linux. Or just not use the applet if you can.
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N3voI get the same, simple fix when it happens press f11

This, my man. Works perfectly for me.

[quote=N3vo]I get the same, simple fix when it happens press f11[/quote]
This, my man. Works perfectly for me.
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Crymanice bookmarks shoosh

LOL, Not bothered about the other ones but my college emails :c, thanks ahaha

[quote=Cryma]nice bookmarks shoosh[/quote]
LOL, Not bothered about the other ones but my college emails :c, thanks ahaha
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https://i.gyazo.com/c3ef8d8383707904a2e7657a168087aa.png

[img]https://i.gyazo.com/c3ef8d8383707904a2e7657a168087aa.png[/img]
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