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Quicktime X: Autoplay in fullscreen?

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Using QT7 Pro's Movie Properties options, I have a movie set to autoplay in fullscreen when it's opened; it works fine in QT7, but I need the same functionality when it's opened in Quicktime X.

I found the Terminal command that sets movies to autoplay in QTX, but for the life of me can't find any way to start a movie fullscreen vs. having to manually do an option+F. (The issue is that this needs to be an entirely automated process: the computer starts, the movie opens in QTX as a startup item, goes fullscreen, and autoplays without needing someone to actually stand there and do it.)

Does anyone know how to tweak QTX to open a movie in fullscreen by default, either via hidden programs options or settings in the file? Thanks!
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