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Force fullscreen video to second display?


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Is thre a way to force full-screen video playback (such as itunes, quicktime, etc..) to a secondary display the way Keynote puts a presentation on another display? Ive been trying to figure it out, but other than physically dragging the video window to the other display, I havent found a way....
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I believe if you set the secondary to master it will do that. But I am not the best expert on such matters

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