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    Default tv on demand - IE9 issue

    On my laptop when I watch TV on demand with IE9 the little menu bar at the bottom of the video has disappeared so I can't expand to full screen. This applies to TV1, 2 and 3

    - Works fine with Chrome
    - Works fine with IE9 and Youtube
    - Reinstalled flash player, no change
    - Changed IE9 default player to Quicktime, no change

    I've Googled for hours but can't find anything. Please don't say "just dont use IE9". It must be a simple fix but how come only for TV on demand with IE9.

    Any help much appreciated

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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    Just press Alt Enter to toggle between fullscreen and windowed mode.

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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    Nope, doesn't do a thing, but thaks for the suggestion

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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    Tried the IE9 on my wife's machine but it doesn't play on demand stuff at all! Just a white screen where the vid should be. Must be something missing.

    Hope someone can help more.

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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    Any reason you haven't updated to IE10 ? might help as it's more standards compliant. Otherwise it looks the same and I didn't even know I had it until I checked the version. But I don't use TV on demand so I can't offer much else.
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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    Depends what version of windows is installed. Since you cant install IE 10 on Vista or XP

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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    Works fine on my laptop. Win 7 IE9. Do you have the latest version of Flash installed? Are you able to post a screen shot?
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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    Works fine on a Vista machine, here (disabled a do-not-track add-on to get it going).

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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    Works alright on IE10.
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    Default Re: tv on demand - IE9 issue

    I thought IE10 was only for Windows 8? I'm running Windows 7. Yes I've reinstalled the latest Flash. Screen shot is just the same as the normal but it doesn't have the little menu bar under which shows the progress, play/pause, volume, full screen etc.

    I can't understand why its missing for TV on Demand but its OK for YouTube

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