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Hey guys, I was messing around with Applescript via Quicktime and I came across a code that enabled Quicktime to be fullscreen. Thought maybe someone would like to know! Here it is:

Tell application "Quicktime Player"
present front movie scale screen
end tell

Enjoy!
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Or just download VLC player and use that to view movies in full screen.
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Yea, you could use that but vlc gives a standard interface for GUI for widgets, but this code will back track the current command and enable you to use HR for your app. But the only DS is that once you put the code in you can only up load it once and when you quit app Quicktime, you have to re due the code. It sucks I know, but it beats spending 20-30 dollars on a vlc device. The code is free.
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Yea, but I don't want to download an app for quicktime and the code that i put in does not take up any of my hd.
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umm... videolan is free...
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o, I guess it is shareware. free.fr! Sorry, I suppose it isn't 20-30 dollars. But why is it baesd on unix characterists but there is not any unix codes in it's interface. is the QoS o.k. or is it just another of those one hit wonders. I guess it has to be good if it is based on the GNU projects you know. My apologizes on the recent reply I should of known that Videolan was free.fr.
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