full-screen mode

full-screen mode

A programming capability that allows data to be displayed in any row, column or pixel location on screen. Contrast with teletype mode.
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However, it does cause certain apps to crash: I tried switching Facebook to full-screen mode, but it kept crashing and crashing until I gave up and just used its default size.
This little notch has stirred all kinds of discussions online, and it will cut into your viewing areas if you watch any videos in full-screen mode.
You can go back to full-screen mode by tapping on the full-screen mode or go to the regular YouTube screen by clicking the back button.
Samsung may have also developed a full-screen mode that manually activates, which allows for an end-to-end screen.
Now users can add two soundtracks & subtitle tracks for their movie and preview the whole project in full-screen mode to get the best result.
264 codec for video playback in XenDesktop provides high-quality server-rendered video, including HD Flash video in full-screen mode.
The ads, which would be shown at specific intervals during the day, would play without sound when they appear on the screen, but when tapped, they would expand into full-screen mode and play sound.
KitKat includes enhancements such as restyled status and navigation bars, a new full-screen mode, colour emoji support, improved closed captioning support, stronger security, smarter power use and more tools and capabilities for better app development.
Images can be previewed in either thumbnail or full-screen mode and bad shots can be deleted right away.
To use full-screen mode in iTunes 11, Command-Control-F or click the full-screen button in the top right corner.
Photos can only be viewed as thumbnails, not in full-screen mode.
lt;p>The dual display option worked OK in full-screen mode, but only in certain configurations.