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#### Expected Behavior
In fullscreen mode the stream should advance after buffering, or start playing again when a new stream is discovered.
#### Current Behavior
Currently when the stream "freezes" in fullscreen mode, it never advances, even if the stream is working fine in other browsers. If you exit fullscreen mode and refresh the page, then the stream resumes fine. I also have a suspicion that when in fullscreen mode it is not discovering and playing new stream.
#### Possible Solution
I'm not sure. I would have to investigate what the semantics of the fullscreen UI are.
#### Steps to Reproduce (for bugs)
1. View a stream at media.livepeer.org that is in progress.
2. Fullscreen it
3. Stop the stream, and restart the stream from the broadcast node.
4. It should discover the new stream and start it, but it will likely just stay frozen.
#### Your Environment
* Chrome on OS X.
* Specifically it is running on the livepeertv account on the office extra laptop.