Menu bar wont hide in full screen mac

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This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. ChrisAlderson referenced this issue Jun 24, Closed Time and top bar keep showing up. I'm still facing the problem Is there anybody looking into this issue?

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Similar issue when changing displays on Mac reproduces this issue. Start on laptop screen mac mini p in my case , open popcorn time Plug in monitor display p in my case Play Popcorn Time full screen Now the menus will not hide after leaving the cursor still. Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub.

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If you're used to clicking icons in the Dock or clicking parts of windows to switch from one app to another, it's time to learn some new techniques. Here's how you can switch apps in full-screen mode:. Here's what Mission Control looks like with three full-screen apps. Note the icon at the top left corner of the Preview window; click that to restore it to a standard window. Here's a another handy tip.

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I said above that the Dock disappears, and that's correct. It's a tricky gesture, but if you get the hang of it, you may find it useful for opening apps, or for accessing folders you store in the Dock.


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The Mac has long had a multi-window interface. This is practical if, say, you're researching something in Safari and writing a paper or report in another app.

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It's easier to have both windows visible—if you have the space—rather than switching back and forth from one to the other. Rather than feel cramped, you can use all your display for each app. You also have fewer distractions if you have a single app filling your display. As I write this article, for example, Mail is partly visible behind my text editor, and if I get new emails, I see them display in my inbox.

Using full-screen mode removes all those extraneous items. While your apps fill the screen, you can still access the menu bar; just move your cursor to the top of the display and it slides down so you can access menus.

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As you've seen above, full-screen mode is useful if you have a small display. If you're a writer, you'll find apps that have a more subtle full-screen mode than simply filling a window. This is a user to user forum. If you want to give Apple feedback, go to http: Dock problems in fullscreen More Less.

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Ask a question. User profile for user: Jakey Jakey Dock problems in fullscreen Basically, when I go to watch an internet video, I'll put it in full screen.


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