. Yep, when you watch a video full screen, it is going to black out the other monitor. You can use a full screen sized window and not black out the other screen. Am using a Win7 HTPC now, so it's been awhile since I hooked my Mac up to a 2nd screen." /> Mac Forums - View Single Post - Couple problems after Snow Leopard upgrade
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1. Yep, when you watch a video full screen, it is going to black out the other monitor. You can use a full screen sized window and not black out the other screen. Am using a Win7 HTPC now, so it's been awhile since I hooked my Mac up to a 2nd screen. For sure playing flash video does this. Didn't test all video formats. This has been the case at least since Tiger when I got my first Mac.

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