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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by jw3571, Aug 8, 2010.
Stupid question i'm sure, but how do you make an internet page fill the whole screen on an imac?
Why would you want to?
Just drag the Safari window until it fills the screen; Click and Drag the lower right corner of the Safari window (where there are three diagonal slashes).
In Firefox: shift+command+F
I suppose it might make just browsing things easier, and if you're running nothing but your browser you might want to just to make use of all the screen space.
You could use RightZoom. I've never used it myself mind you.
I'm with you; I have windows on my screen. If I wanted just one full-screen window I'd use Microsoft WINDOW.
http://www.machangout.com/ Glims will do exactly what you are asking.
This also works in Google Chrome.
Safari is the only browser that doesn't support full screen it seems.