Mike Gabriel wrote:
> >As far as I can tell, the native fullscreen feature (F11) of current
> >iceweasel versions provides the actual fullscreen this extension used to
> >provide (I was an happy user of it with my 9” screen eeepc a few years
> >ago).
> Actually, the F11 key didn't use to be scriptable (via prefs.js et
> al). That was my original motivation to upload xul-ext-fullscreen to
> Debian. At that time, I needed a browser on a customer system that
> started in fullscreen right away.

Similar case here. Our event information displays run iceweasel with
the fullscreen extension and ratpoison with window border size 0 as
window manager.

> I actually just notice that xul-ext-fullscreen 1.0.4 is unusable
> with Iceweasel 32.x. That's a pity.


                Regards, Axel
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