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diggeryo

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Hi,
I use Media Player Classic (v6.4.8.6) as my default media player. Under options, there is a choice to launch all videos in full screen mode. But I was wondering if anyone knew if there is a way to launch all videos maximized instead.

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warriorscot

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Full screen is maximised im not sure what you are getting at.
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Perhaps my choice of words is incorrect. Let me describe what I mean, and hopefully that will help.

I always thought "full screen" was when a video literally takes up the full screen--there is no window or menu at the top or anything. "Maximized," however, means to me when a video is still shown in a window, yet the window is as big as it can get.

In any event, I would like videos to open up by my definition of maximized, if that's possible.

thanks,
mike.
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Off the top of my head im not sure there is an option for that, not something many people want to do really, ill check specifically if there is in a bit i dont have MPC on my system anymore ill need to put it back on. I know there is an option to go straight to full screen, why dont you just click on the top right corner.
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