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F11 full-screen toggle not working in W 8


Beresford

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Up until now, I used F11 to toggle on/off full-screen when viewing photos (works on W7 & Vista). Now I can't get to full-screen on W8. Am I missing a trick?

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mgmcc

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Don't think it is a Windows 8 problem per se as it works for me in both Internet Explorer and Firefox. Do you have a second browser installed with which you can check?

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Beresford

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This is not a browser problem. This is when I am viewing my own photos stored on my hard drive, using Picture Viewer. I used to be able to toggle full-screen on / off by clicking the 'F11' key. That doesn't seem to work on my Windows 8 laptop.

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rdave13

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It works OK for me using Windows photo viewer. I have that set as default. F 11 for full screen and EXIT to return. Doesn't work with the Photo tile or Photo gallery.

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cooloox

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If you are talking about full screen for Internet Explorer 10 then it is Ctrl+F11. Just F11 works fine for me in Firefox; I tried it right before responding here :-)

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