Resize flash elements to fit window size.
MaximizeFlash allows you to resize a webpage flash element to fit the Chrome
window size, on the same page or in a new tab.
How to use it:
Simply click the MaximizeFlash icon in the address bar to activate the
maximization mode. The flash elements on the page will then be replaced by
blue areas with two buttons. The left one maximize the flash object on the current page and the right one opens it in a new tab. Click on the area you want to be maximized, and et viola!
To go back, just press the address bar icon again.
When to use it:
Anytime you feel like size matters, but more specifically,
- For flash games.
If, like everyone else, you enjoy playing games on the internet but feel like playing on a cell phone screen. MaximizeFlash along with the Chrome built-in borderless fullscreen feature allows you to play fullscreen !
- With a dual screen setup.
If you watch videos from sites like YouTube and Megavideo with more than one display. You may have noticed that using these sites’ fullscreen features makes your monitor borders ruin everything, or that it's turned off when you click somewhere on your other screen. MaximizeFlash and the Chrome built-in fullscreen feature stays on, even when you click somewhere else.