Ive had to use this before. In my experience, the viewing window cannot be maximized, which really sucks. So its a fairly small window. I know beggars cant be choosers, but it still blows!
If anyone figures out how to maximize the viewing window, be sure to post it!!
(Oh, they randomly throw ads up in the middle of play too.)
I've never NOT been able to go full screen w/ First Row Sports. I watch EPL matches on there every week.
You can maximize the viewing screen. Just push X on some of the ads in the way and in the bottom right hand corner there is a full screen box to push that will maximize the screen. The ads also go away if you put it in full screen.
Depends on how many links are provided. I use FRS for UFC events. And those are good enough to stretch.
Im hoping it was just the Okie st feed. There was only one link for that game.
I just got on and clicked on a soccer game and it did let me maximize it.
But it definitely would not for the Okie st game.
So here's to hoping there is good luck for us tonight. (on more than one front!)
"Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinionman"
I watched the first row sports feed for the Okie State game and it was pretty good quality. I connected my computer to the TV and switched to first row sports in the first half since ESPN3 was poor quality. I was impressed with the First row sports feed, much better than ESPN3.
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