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Is there a way to turn off the message that says "Press F to exit full screen mode"?
I use cmd-shift-f a lot to display an image without all the clutter, and I like to quickly display it this way when showing images to others. That message is driving me nuts, it shows up in the middle of the image for a second and then fades away. After seeing that 10000 times I don't need the reminder any more.
Or, if I'm working in full screen mode, is there another shortcut that hides EVERYTHING except the photo AND makes it the full size of my monitor?
i swear i have never seen that message before. maybe that's because the only shortcut i use to view images fullscreen is just F without any of the cmd-shift bollocks
- that should answer both of your questionsscruffics
- F changes the app to Fullscreen mode, gives me a message to "press F to exit..." but doesn't hide the panels.nb
- really? it doesn't for me. it just blacks everything out and fits the image within the full screenscruffics
- (Lightroom 5.6)scruffics
- Oh, shit, I have 4.3... maybe it's a version thing.nb
- Don't tell me it took Adobe 5 versions to offer this simple feature!! :)nb
- possibly... sorry, but that's about as helpful as i can be. good luckscruffics
pressing F makes photo full screen with nothing else. Never seen that message.
Press F a few times to get a black "canvas" then press L for Loupe. That'll make the image fullscreen.
Yeah, none of these suggestions work in 4.3... maybe I'll upgrade.
when in full screen try “Ctrl + J”