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Comment 20 Tor Lillqvist UTC Congratulations, you have managed to confuse the issue with a third kind of "full-screen mode". Double-clicking the title bar is a third thing And apparently Option-clicking the green roundel does the same as double-clicking. OK, you are true. Now the two things have different behavior Can't explain how it's possible, and can't repeat the behavior again In any case, the macOS fullscreen mode, enables another mode called split view, that works with LO with the same little bug from holding an unused space in place from menubar , so it's not a useless duplicate from LO fullscreen.

I attach a side-by-side screenshot from a split view mode with LibreOffice on the left and NeoOffice on the right. Do you see any comment claiming any fix would have been committed? Sorry for over-reacting.

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I wrote a couple years ago and also started this issue, and no sign of my comments anywhere. The fix still leaves some minor ugliness in the full-screen support. But the resources time available to work on this crack are limited. So don't tempt me. See Gnome devs. Ever thought to ask Apple for some help? Comment 34 Luke UTC Tor, your efforts on this project are appreciated by millions worldwide so please don't take this as a complaint as much as it is a suggestion.

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I use LO on macOS exclusively for all word processing and spreadsheets. The irritation of having a black screen when closing a document that was in system full screen mode was far less than the irritation that I experience not being able to take my documents into system full screen mode. System FS allows you to swipe through multiple docs with gestures which is so much more time saving than having to go down to the task bar and change between docs or swipe up and then select the right one.

I would gladly accept the black screen issue over not having the functionality at all. Please, please, please bring it back, broken or not. But it does not always behave the same, for reasons unknown.

Sometimes, a floating Full Screen box appears. Sometime not. If it does, you can drag it over the regular menu bar if you want that hidden. But then, the menu bar becomes visible. So, it's a bit of a hit and miss, but it works way better than before. Many applications store window positions in their preferences file s.

To identify the file, go to that directory in Terminal and use the command ls -lt. This lists files sorted by modification time, with recently-modified files at the top. You will likely recognize the associated preference file by name. You can edit the plist file in Xcode, and look for the NSWindow settings to selectively remove them, or simply trash the file. I recommend only modifying or deleting the file while the application is not running.

Rnhmjoj's solution in his or her comment on the original question worked for me, IF I additionally hold down the option key. Holding down the option and command keys seemed to additionally resize X and Y at the same time. Once the higher resolution has been switched to, you should be able to reach the title bar of the window in question and move it down to the center of the screen. After that, switch back to the original resolution.

I found an application called Divvy that allows resizing, using which brings the title bar back into the visible space. Some googling shows that Slate might be a better option, but I haven't tried it yet. While I realize that this is not a solution that's baked into the OS, a 3rd-party window manager may be able to reposition the window on the screen. In my case, I was able to move my Filezilla window using Optimal Layout. A friend of mine wrote a free tool for bringing back the windows.

Maybe it's what you need it. It didn't have the option to: 'Hold on option or alt while clicking the Window menu. My solution was to temporarily move the. You will find that your settings no longer exist, at this point copy back the xml file: sitemanager. I had this problem with an app that didn't include a Window menu and wouldn't resize from the top when I held down option and dragged the bottom of the window up. That's the only thing that worked for me. The steps above do not always work for FileZilla. Then drag the lower right corner to make the window smaller.

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Now maximize will no longer push it off the screen. Pressing alt while resizing actually also changes the location of the bar to make it visible! It worked. Thank you for your interest in this question.

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Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How do I move a window whose title bar is off-screen? Ask Question.

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Asked 6 years, 11 months ago. Active 7 months ago. Viewed 62k times. Here is a screenshot of my situation.

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Is there a way to fix this? I know how to remove it, but the problem with that is that it removes the three buttons as well close, minimise, resize. I want to keep the three buttons but get rid of the bar. They say that one-link answers are bad form here, but heck-- it does mostly what you're asking. And it works-- I've tried it myself. The couple things to notice: his code there just works on the default window of NSApp Probably the controller.

Just pick one name, be consistent, and it's fine. Also, he gets fancy with gradients, which you'll see when you run the code If you don't need or want that, you can replace chunks of his code with simpler stuff to just draw a single color I was going a bit crazy trying to find this, couldn't believe when i worked it out that it was only two lines when all these answers that I was reading were so long! Learn more about Teams. Change title bar colour - Mac Ask Question. Asked 4 years, 4 months ago.


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