Autodisable notification with full screen app or VLC

Alfonsomac

macrumors member
Original poster
May 17, 2012
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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 :)
 

Queen6

macrumors G3
"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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Alfonsomac

macrumors member
Original poster
May 17, 2012
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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.
 

Queen6

macrumors G3
Well, that's why i've asked.
It doesn't seem to me a weird request.

I've also found this but, since i'm not an expert, i don't know if it works.

https://gist.github.com/florianeckerstorfer/4663806
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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