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When I open movies in quicktime, is there a way to double-click to make the screen full screen and then double-click again to make it smaller? I can do this with VLC, but not with Quicktime. To do this, I must click on arrow button on the bar on the bottom and press esc to minimize it, but I want to be able to click to make it easier. Thanks
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