Autodisable notification with full screen app or VLC

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  1. Alfonsomac macrumors member

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    Hi guys, i've a little (non) issue with my mac.

    Is there any way to autodisable the notification when i watch something on VLC fullscreen?
    It would be ok even if the notifications are disabled when i put any other app in full screen mode.

    I may disable the notification center manually, but i'm lazy, so i would to know if there something to do that automatically.

    Thank you :)
     
  2. Queen6, Jul 5, 2015
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    "Do not disturb" from the notification centre, you can tweak the setting from System Preferences. Just turn the notification on and off as you need

    Option Key + Notification icon on the menu bar is the fastest way to activate/deactivate or notification will return next day by default

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  3. Alfonsomac thread starter macrumors member

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    Yep but you have to do that manually, don't u?
     
  4. Queen6 macrumors 603

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    Notifications turns back on the next day automatically
     
  5. Alfonsomac thread starter macrumors member

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    Yes, but i don't ask for that.
    I mean, i would prefer that when the full screen is on they are automatically disabled, and when the full screen is off, they're then enabled.
     
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    Not aware anything of anything that can do it automatically, equally not looked as use fullscreen a lot with apps. If I want to watch undisturbed I just flip the N centre off

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  7. Alfonsomac thread starter macrumors member

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    Likely there has not been much of a need. The author has some warning so proceed with caution unless your happy digging into the innards of OS X nor is the Script a cop & paste affair.

    BTW Movist & MPV will use approximately 7% of global CPU, versus VLC`s 30% stopped using VLC for same reason.

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