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MS Windows 7 Pro Media Player

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When using the media player, I size the window in which a movie is playing. When selecting a new file to play the window does not keep to the size of the last played file. Otherwise, it does not remember my desired size and defaults to a very small 2 square inch window. This happens when selecting a file from the explorer file list.  How do I fix this???
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Right-click in middle of the video and uncheck "fit player to video"

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