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HOW DO YOU MAKE GAMES AND MOVIES DISPLAY FULL WIDESCREEN ON MACBOOKS? if you can that


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it would really be nice to know
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yea ditto they seem to leave big black bars at the side of the screen (I'm using a MBP and had this expierence playing Age of Empires 3.)
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You can't play movies "full screen" without black bars. You screen is a 16:10 aspect ratio, movies are shot at 16:9. As for games, you need to check the settings in the game.

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