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Full Screen Quicktime in OSX Lion


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Hey Guys,

Just bought OSX Lion and went to watch a movie on my mac with my second screen. in Snow Leopard, if you had the Quicktime window on your second screen, you could full screen it only that screen. In Lion, you put the window in the second screen and full screen it and it moves onto the first screen and blacks out the second. Does anyone know if there is a way around this? so that i can have the movie full screen on the second screen whilst still maintaining the ability to use other apps on the first screen?

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