That's one way to do it. You should be able to drag the window over onto your TV then.
There should be an option to show the same thing on both though.
I do essentially dual displays with my laptop as one display and TV as the other. That way, the resolution settings can stay as normal on my laptop and my ol' standard def TV can be set up on 640 by 480.
Then, I start ESPN360.com on my laptop and keep it as a small window. Drag and drop that window over to the TV and then click "Full Screen" mode. Seems to work best for me. Everything else I tried gave me screwed up resolution changes when going to presentation mode.
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