I've forwarded this along to our Chrome team for their input. Do you notice any difference if you switch to the system version of Flash Player?
Did you disable the pepper version of FlashPlayer in your plug-ins? You had two Flash Plugins?
That's what worked for me...
You need to go back to version 169 of Flash, not 179!!
If you look at Which version of Flash
You've got 179, the bottom one, which is pepper based, hence unwanted plug in.
It's far from clear, but you need 169, the version above.(Chrome is a "plug in based browser"...easier to say Chrome?!)
It needs doing Princess, or these issues will re-occur whenever Chrome or FlashPlayer update, and you'll miss the updates you should be getting. (It's only working cos bits are disabled, know what I mean!)
You'll see YouTube gets faster afterwards.
Glad it's all sorted for you.
Hi all, we have a very similar issue that we are seeing on Windows XP. Can anyone comment if it is all videos on youtube or only certain videos? Does the screenshot below contain the behavior you are experiencing in full screen (the red rectangle was added as a reference for where full screen should fill)?
This is the Chrome bug for reference: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=229461
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Ok I got it fixed.
Let me give you guys some info.
Win7 Ultimate 32bit
Google Chrome Version 26.0.1410.64 m
Had this pugin installed
Shockwave Flash 11.7 r700
The problem only occurs on a few youtube videos. not all.
Giving an example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHxUNaN4Qws
I fixed this by downloading the same version but for firefox (NPAPI one)
And disable the PPAPI one.
Refresh the youtube page. And it works.
Next I updated my Google Chrome, to
Version 27.0.1453.94 m.
Restarted the brower as prompted.
Then I disabled the NPAPI one and enabled the PPAPI one.
Refresh the youtube page. And it works too.
In summary, if you are having this issue. Try update your google chrome. If cannot then try the flashplayer for firefox.
finally! this chrome extension worked for me. it adds an html5 icon under the youtube playbar, you click on it to switch the video to html5 which can resize just fine. strangely enough, some youtube videos i could not maximize and some i can, consistently. whenever i come across one that i can't maximize, i just click the html5 icon.
other stuff i tried that didnt work for me:
the html5 youtube trial http://www.youtube.com/html5
toggling the flash extensions in chrome plugins
clean chrome/flash installs and updates to no avail.
toggling hardware acceleration
I am running into the same problem (see screenshot above) viewing ESPN3 in Chrome. My Flash Player version is 11.9.900.152 in Chrome 31.0.1650.57m in Windows Vista SP2. The PPAPI version has been disabled, and the NPAPI system version is running, as suggested by others. Flash Player will maximize to full screen in Firefox, but not in Chrome.
So, what else might be preventing Flash Player from maximizing properly in Chrome?
Please fix this:
Chrome 33.0.1750.117 m
Adobe Flash Player 220.127.116.11 Shockwave Flash 12.0 r0 pepflashplayer.dll PPAPI
Windows XP Pro 2002 SP3
Graphics resolution of netbook: 1024 x 600
Youtube + Full screen in some videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0nbGzx5HH4
In chrome://plugins change PPAPI to NPAPI fixes, but Adblock Plus fails. Me no good.
Youtube videos do NOT WORK in Chrome 33 with plugin PPAPI in netbook at 1024x600.
Youtube videos do WORK with Chrome 33 with plugin PPAPI in netbook at 800x600.
By switching PPAPI to NPAPI do work but Adblock stops working and I appear in youtube ads.
Prefer not to see ads that look good full screen.
Chrome + youtube some videos + full screen:
1024x600 fail. It is my actual maximun resolution netbook.
WMware 1020x519 fail. It is my WMware guest resolution.
WMware 800x600 ok
WMware 1024x768 ok
Sure, it's a bug of PPAPI pepflashplayer.dll. Who has made the dll, Adobe or Chrome?
I suspect the bug is to disregard the screen resolutions that are not standars, as almost all 1024x600 netbook.
hi i have a simple fix for this. hope this works for you guys.
What this is actually doing is disabling adobe flash player that comes pre installed into chrome and using adobe flash player that is installed on your pc, This is why you have to make sure you have adobe flash player installed.
http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?no_redirect < get adobe flash player here
I knew that solution. The problem is that Adblock stops working. Prefer not to see ads that solve the full screen.
To use NPAPI without ads in youtube: