"Jo-Anne" <Jo-Anne@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> "Donald Anadell" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> "Jo-Anne" <Jo-Anne@nowhere.com> wrote in message
>>> I've been watching videos and webcams on my three WinXP computers--two
>>> of them using IE7 and one using IE8. I'm having a problem with one of
>>> the IE7 computers.
>>> Until recently, I was able to toggle full-screen on and off. For the
>>> last several days, however, when I click on "Toggle fullscreen" on one
>>> of the computers, I get nothing but a blank white screen. The other two
>>> computers are working fine.
>>> Any idea of what could be wrong?
>> If it's a Flash Video file that results in a blank white screen when you
>> toggle it to full screen, you may need to uncheck hardware acceleration
>> in the Flash Player .
>> While viewing a Flash Video in it's normal window, right click on the
>> video and choose "Settings". Then remove the checkmark from "Use
>> Hardware Acceleration".
>> Good luck,
>> Donald Anadell
> Thank you, Donald! I can't find a Hardware Acceleration setting,
> though--at least not by name. What I see is a slider bar for "Local
> storage: How much information can xxx store on your computer?" The slider
> appears to be at 100KB, although below that it says "Currently used:
> There are five icons at the bottom of the settings screen, but there are
> no labels. The icon farthest left looks like a monitor with something in
> the center,
Click on that icon at the far left that looks like a monitor screen, the
hardware acceleration setting should be on that tab.
> the next a monitor with two somethings in the center, the next an open
> folder, the next a kite or perhaps a mouse, and the farthest right a
> crystal ball. (My descriptions are probably wrong, but they're the closest
> I can come to what appears.)
> Is one of these icons what I need to click on to stop hardware
> For what it's worth, this problem may have started when I did a Flash
> Player update.
> Thank you again!