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[quote="George Hall"] [quote="Mala Okeh"] Same as zero3K here! And I agree with him : there must be a method of opening everything in full screen : videos, images etc. What I do not understand : Besides K-Meleon I have five other browsers installed on my computer (windows8.1) : Firefox, Opera, Maxthon, Safari and Internet Explorer : none of them has any problems with full screen playing and also they work with plugin.container. So the problem is some code in k-meleon and not the installed adobe flash player. A reflection : could k-meleon not use the same method as firefox here, firefox that has no problems with that? Thx Mala[/quote] Actually your are wrong "plugin-cintainerr.exe" does crash the Flash Plugin sometimes in Firefox. I have read posts that firefox had problems with the Plugin Container before. Thas why this the fix for Firefox was created to disable the Plugin Container using user varibale MOZ_DISABLE_OOP_PLUGINS and setting its valure equal 1. Plugin Container crashes some plugins when it runs as an out of processs plugin, "For each plugin for which the "OOPP" crash protection feature is enabled, a separate plugin process will be started when you first visit a webpage that evokes that plugin. When you exit Firefox, those plugin-container processes will terminate. This plugin process is named "plugin-container" on Linux, "plugin-container.exe" on Windows, and "Firefox Plugin Process (<plugin-name>)" on Mac OS." This quote is lcoated at the website http://kb.mozillazine.org/Plugin-container_and_out-of-process_plugins Accriding to above Unless exit those processes handle by the Plugin Contianer to not terminate until you exit the Firefox. It sounds like easch call to the flash plugin stays in mmemory until you exit Firefox.[/quote]
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