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Yes, there is a very easy way. Just press F11.
Display Geometry Settings in Virtual Box In Oracle Virtual Box you can adjust the virtual screen resolution after having installed the Guest Additions simply by dragging the window with the mouse or by choosing full screen mode. No need to do anything with xorg.conf. XServer 1.10 (included in 11.04) and thus Unity 3D runs only in Virtual Box >=4.0.6. 1. ...
This is a bug in the Flash player. The volume keys on your keyboard are handled by gnome-settings-daemon, which uses a passive grab on the volume keys. The way that X works means that an application needs to have focus in order to receive keypress events, so, what happens when you press the volume keys is that the flash player window sees a FocusOut event ...
In virtualbox [Host Key] + F works for fullscreening. By default your Host key will be Right Ctrl in VirtualBox. You can also change your host key,to change your host key open virtualbox and then goto File menu and choose preferences. In preferences choose input,you can see your host key there. You can change it if you need. Also you ...
To exit full screen mode in Remmina, press the right hand side Ctrl key and f together.
How to use Chrome browser in kiosk-mode Use it like this: google-chrome --kiosk http://example.com chromium-browser --kiosk http://example.com tested with Ubuntu 12.04, google-chrome-stable 30.0.1599.66-1 and chromium-browser 28.0.1500.71-0ubuntu1.12.04. But only if there is no other instance of the browser running. So close all browser windows and then ...
I managed to go to the settings in the game and changed the window setting from boarder less to full-screen. Dota 2 now works full screen.
If you were using YouTube's HTML 5 player (as the "never ask again" in the popup suggests), the fullscreen setting is managed by Firefox (and therefore has nothing to do with Ubuntu or Gnome). Go to about:permissions (just copy it into your address bar), select www.youtube.com from the list and change the setting in the Fullscreen box.
In Tools > Preferences > Video > Output change the Default to X11, save and restart vlc.
I found the following solution which worked perfectly for me: Workaround fo this: Install devilspie (via Terminal:) sudo apt-get install devilspie Write config for firefox (via Terminal:) mkdir ~/.devilspie nano ~/.devilspie/flash-fullscreen-firefox.ds (if (is (application_name) "plugin-container") (begin (focus) ) ) Make devilspie autostart Done. ...
To be able to scale the screen geometry, and to enable fullscreen mode of a Virtual Box guest Ubuntu we need to install the guest additions: How do I install Guest Additions in VirtualBox? In case we have no functioning GUI we may install the guest additions from command line. In case this fails we may try to reinstall guest additions, and watch out for ...
You should check your about:gpu section in Chrome/ium. In older PC's HW Acceleration is disabled by default and you only can enable it by overriding the settings in the about:flags. Open the about:flags in your address bar Look for Override software redendering list Click "Enable" Restart Chrome/ium
While karthick87 explains how to put VirtualBox in "full screen" mode, you should also install virtualbox-ose-guest-dkms , virtualbox-ose-guest-utils & virtualbox-ose-guest-x11 inside the virtual machine first. (Otherwise only some basic low VGA/VESA resolutions will be available.)
What about using xdtool http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/lucid/man1/xdotool.1.html xdotool key F11 this will work for any kind of standard focused window. Include it into start-up script. don't have xdotool? sudo apt-get install xdotool in combination with --start-maximized (which does not do F11, just maximized window) on command line can fulfil ...
I tried upgrading to 40.0.2214.93 It does not help much. after a while the problem start again, as it is mentioned by other users above. The one worked for me is this - disable the hardware acceleration settings. in google chrome. For disabling hardware acceleration - go to the option "customize and control google chrome" the gray area in upper ...
It seems like the problem reappeared with Chrome version 49. Below is a workaround that will solve the problem until Chrome fixes this bug. It works without disabling hardware acceleration in Chrome (and potentially causing other issues). If compizconfig-settings-manager is not installed, install it by sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager ...
You can use Compiz, in particular you have to activate "Window Rules" plugin and in "Full Screen" field you write class=Gedit. Hope it helps.
If Control+Alt+F1 works you can use it to drop to a hard terminal. From there you can: Try killing the application. I use htop to find and nuke something (sudo apt-get install htop) but you can also just use commands like kill and pkill if you're happy with them. I prefer htop because it lets me see what is schizing out. It's then Control+Alt+F7 ...
This option causes drawing to occur directly on the screen rather than drawing off-screen and then copying the drawn content back onto the screen. Thus, yes it can dramatically improve graphical performance. However there can be a draw-back - on some graphics cards/monitors - using this option can result in dramatic flickering. Particularly - this ...
Chris's explanation was very good, and there is also a Launchpad bug with more information.
You have a few options for a frozen full screen app : Go to a virtual terminal (CTRL-ALT-F1), issue your killall command on the offending process, then switch back to the GUI (CTRL-ALT-F7). or Create a hot-key to switch to another virtual desktop. You should be able to do that by going to system/preferences/Keyboard Shortcuts. Then scroll down to ...
I had the same problem, but i found a solution. I am using Google Chrome as default browser. When I updated it to Google Chrome 20 it also installed Flash 11.3. So you just need to turn off Flash 11.3 and turn on Flash 11.2. To do that: type in adress bar about:plugins Then at the top left corner click Extended (or smth like that) Find a Flash and you will ...
Based on your error message /bin/bash: wmctrl: command not found install the necessary package sudo apt-get install wmctrl
There is a hack at https://github.com/ali1234/fullscreenhack that works for pepper flash also. It works by hooking into the system calls that flash uses to get the monitor/geometry info and property changes. It's pretty simple to use: First Download the github and extract it (does not matter where). Open a terminal and navigate to the directory. Install ...
When logged into the virtual machine, find the virtual Box menu (usually at the bottom center), Navigate to "Devices >> Install Guest additions". It has the shortcut key host+D This will ask to download the .iso CD image. Select Yes, and once the download completes it it will ask you if you want to install the same. Select Yes again, and let it install. ...
For people finding this now, you can start Chromium fullscreen from the command line by executing: chromium-browser --app=http://example.com --start-fullscreen Tested on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Developer here! Just thought I'd let you know, that in the latest release of Race The Sun (1.1), there is an in-game option to enable full-screen. If you launch the game it should direct you to the download page. Hope that helps.
Got the same issue ever after the Chrome 40.0.2214.91 release, and though I haven't tried the .93, I can at least confirm the issue is 100% gone in Chrome 41 Beta. Strongly considering sticking to the beta until 41 becomes stable, or at least until it's 100% confirmed a point release fixed the issue.
The solution suggested by @Jordan Koplowicz is precise. Elaborate discussion about the same can be found in the link he has posted. There's another way out. Not a solution as such, but it works well. You can run any video in Firefox. After making it full screen it does not collapse. I got this from the link @Jordan Koplowicz has Shared and it works fine for ...
I found that the HUD (ALT) and Ubuntu Menu (SUPER) keys are very annoying for any application... so the way I fixed this was changed the keybinds to something a bit more appropriate for me. This might help you, so I'm going to outline how I did this: First you need to install a program to manage Unity and other Compiz settings called "CompizConfig Settings ...
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