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Quicktime 7 Pro - How can I automatically open movies in full screen mode?


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My nieces and nephew have a mac that i configured for them and I'm trying to make it as easy as possible for them. I am looking for a way to open their movies in Quicktime 7 pro so that they will automatically be in full screen mode and automatically play. Can anybody help?
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