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Full screen with Adobe Flash

I have some video lessons that I need to view using Adobe Flash player.  I have the latest version installed but it seems very odd to me that there is no way to them to view in full-screen.  This causes me to continually have to scroll up and over to view sections of the video as the presenter moves about the screen.  Please advise on whether there is any way to view these videos in full-screen with Adobe Flash?
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dgofmanCommented:
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rtod2Author Commented:
You lost me there.  I didn't write the program.  I am the end user/viewer here.
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dgofmanCommented:
@rtod2:

How can I help if I don't know what player are you using and if the button is not there an "user/viewer " cannot enabled you have to ask programmer
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jcimarronCommented:
rtod2--Post the URL if a site where you have the problem.  Usually a site wil have a small button at the edge or corner of the small size video to create full screen. Have you tried hovering the cursor over the video?
"causes me to continually have to scroll up and over to view sections of the video as the presenter moves about the screen"
I do not understand that.  The covered subject matter of the full screen view will be the same as the small screen view--just larger-- so changing to full screen will not mean the presenter will be in the window all the time.  And thinking about it even more, if you are scrolling you already have a view which is too large for the monitor screen so you have more than full screen.  Something strange here.  
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
if you have access to the .flv or swf you can play it using vlc or if you can get the location of the file http://asdfd.testquxx.example.com/lesson1/lesson1.html you can browse the source and find the location of the .flv /.swf and then add that to vlc
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lanlinkniklasCommented:
if you provide the link to the lesson, maybye someone can help?
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jcimarronCommented:
rtod2--I agree.  As I requested earlier "Post the URL of a site where you have the problem", so we can see what problems we have at the site.
Thanks.
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jcimarronCommented:
rtod2--I am disappointed that you did not provide a link to the site of the lessons so we could better understand the problem and know how to fix it when we run across it.
I cannot access http://asdfd.testquxx.example.com/lesson1/lesson1.html  and do not know how ve3ofa was aware of it.
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rtod2Author Commented:
I just ran out of time on it and the instructor provided the content in a better format.
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jcimarronCommented:
rtod--Thanks for your response.  
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
it was just an example not a real link
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