Crunchyroll videos go fullscreen with a new script/app.

Written by Arujei on . Posted in Applications, Crunchyroll, Latest, News, Newsflash, Newsflashes

Ok, so no fancy names. I got tired when viewing a series that I had to get up and use the mouse to click on the fullscreen. So I just made a quick script using what I learned with Bordie and other scripts/apps I’ve written. This one is so simple it only has an icon in the taskbar and no config file. Its just a script and bmp image. This will take your Crunchyroll videos fullscreen when watching more than one video. I am also including the script for those that want to see it.

So how it works it will detect the browser window playing the video and then look for the fullscreen button using this image. Fullscreen button CR.

Once it finds the button, it will click on it and then move the mouse pointer out of the way. That’s it.

F2 > Starts it.
F3 > Pauses it.
F4 > Closes it.

Right click and select save as to download.

Here is the actual compiled version for those that just want to go straight to using it.

This file contains the application and image needed for detection. Just unrar and place anywhere you want. Image and exe need to be in the same folder together.

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Arujei

I'm your happy go lucky Upbeat average John that's a Jack of all trades and a master of few too many. I'll go on about anime, games, other fandoms, development, technology, and other random stuff.

Comments (5)

  • cfelkin

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    Thank you soooo much for this!!! Very very handy, iv been trying to figure a way to do this with AutoHotkey for a while now but never thought to just make it detect the full-screen button image.

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  • Arujei

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    Glad to hear it was useful. I actually have an updated version I’ve been meaning to release. Feel free to check back I’ll do it some time soon.

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  • brad

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    you kick so much ass for this

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    • Arujei

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      Thanks, I actually have one in the works with a sleep timer and a shutdown timer. That does a better job with all browsers and uses less resources than this one.

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    • Arujei

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      Hey Brad, update as I had mentioned even though its a few months late XD.

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