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Full Screen in Quicktime December 7, 2006

Posted by geekzendaddy in Mac, OS X, Quicktime, Software, Utility, Video.

Full screen for free

Reader Rudy Grasso would like to get something for nothing and writes:

In one of your magazine issues you explained how to get Full Screen when viewing a movie in QuickTime. When I recently upgraded to QuickTime 7.01, full screen will not open anymore. Is there a way to have QuickTime 7 play in full screen without paying for the pro version?

Sure. Launch Script Editor and enter this:

Save the script as an application. Now open the movie you want to view in full screen in QuickTime Player. Double-click the AppleScript application you just created and your movie will play at full screen.

From MacWorld Magazine



1. dennis - February 19, 2008

Hi, because I really miss the fullscreen-feature on OSX… is there a way to to do this trick on other applications as well?

Maybe by AppleScript you can ‘invent’ a shortcut to ‘fullscreen’ the active application or something…

thnks in advance!

btw: for those who get here by search: try MegaZoomer.app (www.MacUpdate.com or http://www.Versiontracker.com)… this little app is free and will enhance the menu with an option for ‘real fullscreen’, but works only for Cocoa-apps like Coda, Safari, iWorks, etc

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