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How? I've yet to see any network live up to its claim of streaming sports on the Web. In every case so far, it has been BS that requires a pay-cable subscription (thus negating the whole point). NBC is a major offender in this regard.

The one option I can think of is if you live in a city where Aereo offers service and the sports you want to watch are on network TV—namely football. I tried an antenna for that purpose but I was thwarted by a nearby hospital's medevac helicopters, which kept causing interference. I live in Philly, so I will probably give Aereo a shot, so I can see how the Eagles do. Purportedly service is coming soon.

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When you are playing something, press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+D. You will see all the details for audio and video stream, overlaid on the screen. Press those keys again to get rid of it.

Do you need to press these keys all at once or in sequence? I've tried both and neither works. I have Vista. Do you need W7 or 8? Does it work for You Tube video?
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Do you need to press these keys all at once or in sequence? I've tried both and neither works. I have Vista. Do you need W7 or 8? Does it work for You Tube video?

It has to be done out of fullscreen.
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