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Full Screen NOT Working with Update OS X 10.5.6

Postby phoenix » Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:48 am

Full Screen NOT Working with Update OS X 10.5.6

This is true for me in both Arkaos and Mudul8 and there has been a subject opened in Apple forums by someone else. I don't know if the techies are yet aware of how widespread it could be.

I performed the update this morning and this afternoon, M8 began to work just fine then crashed. External monitor is fine, Detect Displays does it's thing, Monitors in Preferences sees MBP and Monitor.

It's gotta somehow be related to the Java upgrade????

I am using Arkaos VJ 3.6.5 beta 2

Thanks, Phoenix
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Postby M-.-n » Tue Feb 17, 2009 6:29 pm

we have machines over here where we did the latest updates and it seems to run fine. What happens when you go fullscreen ?
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Postby phoenix » Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:29 pm

M-.-n wrote:we have machines over here where we did the latest updates and it seems to run fine. What happens when you go fullscreen ?


laptop goes to full screen but monitor does not.
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Postby phoenix » Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:45 pm

phoenix wrote:
M-.-n wrote:we have machines over here where we did the latest updates and it seems to run fine. What happens when you go fullscreen ?


laptop goes to full screen but monitor does not.


and in Display Prefs, the monitor and keyboard is set up (laptop w/ keyboard on bottom & monitor on top) like it always is set up.
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Postby alchemist » Thu Feb 19, 2009 12:03 am

Thank you for the information, phoenix.
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Postby phoenix » Thu Feb 19, 2009 1:00 am

alchemist wrote:Thank you for the information, phoenix.


You are most welcome, any information would be most helpful. At this point, I'm assuming it's a Java or something else issue and will await Apple's response. A workaround would be to downgrade to previous OS.

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