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I have a multiple monitor setup and like to keep a YouTube video running in full screen on one of my monitors. However it seems that whenever autoplay moves to another video, YouTube exits out of full screen and I have to manually make the new video full screen. Is there a way to force the new video to remain in full screen? Or would I have to write my own extension for it?

edit: I have found the cause of the forced "un-fullscreening". I remembered that I had installed a use script using tamper monkey to keep the old youtube layout after I was forced to change to the new one a few weeks ago. This use script appending a value to the url of a video seems to be causing the full screen shift. I have begun editing the script myself to see if I can keep the old layout and avoid losing full screen, but there must be a better way of doing this. Any suggestions?

  • Maybe it's because you have multi monitor setup. I have tested YouTube autoplay on single monitor, it works fine and remains next video played full screen. – Kos Apr 25 '18 at 7:54

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