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VLC doesn't fade when going fullscreen anymore

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I have VLC Media Player.
It used to "fade to black" when I went to fullscreen and back, but it doesn't do that anymore.
I don't recall changing anything. What could it be?


(Sorry to complain about something stupid, I just like that effect, it's totally Mac-ish)

White MacBook - Early-2008 - Base Model
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