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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Sedak, Jun 15, 2014.
My current CS5 cannot do that. Is CS6 able to do that?
I don't know but Adobe has never been one to follow Mac UI conventions.
I am running 10.9.3 OS X and CS6 Photoshop & Illustrator are the only programs that can be run in full screen as far as I know. Just go to right of full screen and your workspace will appear. I have the Master Collection CS6 and have looked at all the programs. Not available for any of the others.
Photoshop and Illustrator CS5: toggle between the different screen modes by hitting the F key.
Indesign CS5 full screen mode: shift + W
it's "just" fullscreen. it's not like the OS X GUI where it gets a dedicated fullscreen window.
I usually create a new desktop then move photoshop over in that window and then enter fullscreen mode. this does not hinder other applications in opening in the same "work space" as with other OS X full screen apps/modes.
(this goes from CS6 and onwards including CC)
Thank you guys! Now I know the specific tricks. Most funny is the "fullscreen" mode in IN - it serves for read only, you cannot type So funny compared to Apple implementation in e.g.. Pages.
One of the many reasons I am very happy to use Pixelmator instead. When spending a LOT of money on a software suite, I expect it to work and fit in with all other apps on the OS. Lack of consistency just makes Adobe look lazy.
Press F twice to go to full screen and then press tab