Came across this tip just now to make your QT window show fullscreen w/o having to purchase QT pro. You need to use applescript tho so windows users (like me ) Can't use this. here's the link: http://apple-x.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=1431 That link has tips other than the QT one. And here's the actual tip: This week's tip of the week involves QuickTime Player. I'm sure many of you get annoyed with the fact that you have to pay $30 to upgrade to QuickTime Pro just to get fullscreen capabilities with QuickTime. (QuickTime 7 Player is even better with fullscreen, because it offers transparent controls in fullscreen mode when you move your mouse.) If that's all you want, don't bother buying QT Pro. You can use the power of AppleScript to go fullscreen with QuickTime movies whenever you want. (Apparently, Apple lets developers go fullscreen with QuickTime even for non-QT Pro users.) Here's how to do it. Open up [Applications --> AppleScript --> Script Editor], and paste the following single line script into a new window. tell application "QuickTime Player" to present movie 1 Now, save it as a script named "Go Fullscreen" in the Scripts folder located at [your home folder --> Library --> Scripts]. (If the "Scripts" folder doesn't exist, create it. You can also store the script in a subfolder of the "Scripts" folder if you'd like.) If you haven't activated the script menu before, open the [Applications --> AppleScript --> Install Script Menu] application in Panther to activate it. Under Tiger, open [Applications --> AppleScript --> AppleScript Utility], and then check the box next to "Show Script Menu in menu bar". A little black-and-white icon that looks like an ancient scroll will appear in your menu bar. Now, whenever you want to play a movie fullscreen in QuickTime Player, all you need to do is open it up in QuickTime, select the Script menu, and choose your "Go Fullscreen" AppleScript. Yay! No $30 fee for a simple feature! (Why Apple doesn't make fullscreen support part of regular QuickTime or even make all of QuickTime Pro's features free is beyond me.) I wish I could test this myself, but ah well. BTW, di naman to cguro illegal no? Applescript naman gamit kasi...right?