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  • #51
    Traditionally, only morons work for Adobe. And it shows.

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    • #52
      I think adobe disabled that feature as 10.3 always needed to disable composite effects in fullscreen. sometimes you had to press alt-tab to see the fullscreen video. but of course with accellerated rendering it was much smoother, seems that adobe wants you to buy a faster cpu or use win

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      • #53
        Originally posted by Kano View Post
        I think adobe disabled that feature as 10.3 always needed to disable composite effects in fullscreen. sometimes you had to press alt-tab to see the fullscreen video. but of course with accellerated rendering it was much smoother, seems that adobe wants you to buy a faster cpu or use win
        I have a fast CPU and that's why it is running smooth. But it also resides inside a laptop and whenever I watch a fullscreen flash video I hear the fans going pretty high.

        Also, they have still the second monitor bug:
        https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?...bug&id=2908816
        It has nothing to do with the window manager and on VGA output it mostly works, but on HDMI output this is really bad.

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