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Ability to set IDE to fullscreen #3993

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serebit opened this Issue Oct 13, 2015 · 3 comments

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serebit commented Oct 13, 2015

With the new Split View function on OS X, I'd like to be able to put the Processing IDE in fullscreen so I can code and look at the reference at the same time, without having to resize the windows to the perfect positions and sizes. Is this something that could be implemented easily?

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clankill3r commented Oct 15, 2015

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How much of that functionality belongs to Processing, and how much to the OS? In my desktop environment that's the default functionality and it works all programs. Is it maybe something OS X specific that should be implemented in Processing?

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hamoid commented Oct 15, 2015

How much of that functionality belongs to Processing, and how much to the OS? In my desktop environment that's the default functionality and it works all programs. Is it maybe something OS X specific that should be implemented in Processing?

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Normally, there are 3 "stoplight" buttons on the top left corner of an OS X
window—a red X to close the window, a yellow "–" to minimize, and a
diagonally cleaved square to enter fullscreen. If you hold down the Option
key, the green square will change to a green +, indicating that instead of
entering fullscreen, the application window will simply fill the desktop.

With Processing windows, you don't have the option to enter fullscreen at
all. Therefore, it is something OS X specific, and is a basic functionality
of the operating system.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2015 at 2:37 PM Abe Pazos notifications@github.com wrote:

How much of that functionality belongs to Processing, and how much to the
OS? In my desktop environment that's the default functionality and it works
all programs. Is it maybe something OS X specific that should be
implemented in Processing?


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serebit commented Oct 16, 2015

Normally, there are 3 "stoplight" buttons on the top left corner of an OS X
window—a red X to close the window, a yellow "–" to minimize, and a
diagonally cleaved square to enter fullscreen. If you hold down the Option
key, the green square will change to a green +, indicating that instead of
entering fullscreen, the application window will simply fill the desktop.

With Processing windows, you don't have the option to enter fullscreen at
all. Therefore, it is something OS X specific, and is a basic functionality
of the operating system.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2015 at 2:37 PM Abe Pazos notifications@github.com wrote:

How much of that functionality belongs to Processing, and how much to the
OS? In my desktop environment that's the default functionality and it works
all programs. Is it maybe something OS X specific that should be
implemented in Processing?


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub
#3993 (comment)
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