extension ExtPose

Fullscreen Fixer

Description from extension meta Fullscreen fixer.
Image from store Fullscreen Fixer
Description from store Allows exceptions to be added to Chrome's Fullscreen permissions. There should be no need for this extension, but for some reason, nobody wants to fix the dialog box for the Fullscreen permissions (in Content Settings). As of the latest version of Chrome, I still can't add or edit entries in the table. This extension puts an icon on the toolbar which indicates whether the current page is allowed to go fullscreen without displaying the "allow" popup. If it can, it will show a green badge saying "Yes". If not, it will show a red badge saying "Ask". Version 0.3 now adds an option to allow fullscreen for all pages. When this box is ticked, no entry will be visible in Chrome's permissions page, but all pages will be allowed to go fullscreen. Show Exceptions will open Chrome's permissions page. Reset clears any settings made by this extension. Done simply closes the popup. History: 0.3 - Add popup with option for all pages. 0.2 - Initial release. Toolbar button toggles setting for current page.
Latest reviews (2017-11-06) Cathy Kirkham: Did not work.....hated it. (2016-06-07) Mike Johanning: This fixed YouTube not going fullscreen Thanks! (2016-04-17) dronem10: Not being able to add full-screen to particular sites was bothering me, thanks for the fix. Only wish I could manually enter the exceptions but at least this gives a way to add them in.

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4.5 (8 votes)
Last update / version
2016-04-29 / 0.31





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