I recently configured my first setup with three 1080p displays set up as a single 5760x1080 display with Nvidia surround. This works great for games but a big concern of mine is the apparent lack of ability to full screen videos to specific monitors. I've searched all over for solutions to this problem and can't find any concrete answers.
To explain the problem a little more clearly, take YouTube for example. If I attempt to full screen a video to one of the side monitors, it defaults to the center monitor, leaving nothing but empty black space on the side monitors. Now with multi-monitors setup as independent monitors, I could always just full screen to any monitor I wanted with no problems. This is something I do frequently so it's a big disappointment to my Nvidia surround dreams and it's making me reconsider the benefits altogether.
I know I could always pop-out a YouTube video and then maximize it in windowed mode, and this is a sort of workaround, but this does not work for other flash based videos that I watch and I'd still much prefer a border-less full screen. The same situation applies with Windows Media Player, VLC, etc. Is there any simple way to treat one monitor as a single monitor for on-the-fly full screen media viewing? Or any other ideas?