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Nanosaur and Safari window on Intel Imac


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After running the demo for Nanosaur and using F1 to get to the desktop when I quit Nano and go back to running Safari the default window is about a quarter of the sreen size and it wont maximise to fill the desktop. Is there anything I can do to fix this? neye:
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Assuming you're rather new to Macs, I will tell you that the green zoom button on Safari windows doesn't mean "full screen" like it does with Windows. That button switches in between "fit window to page" and "user customized".

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Assuming you're rather new to Macs, I will tell you that the green zoom button on Safari windows doesn't mean "full screen" like it does with Windows. That button switches in between "fit window to page" and "user customized".
I am new to Mac, well spotted! When I click on the green button, yea, it switches between the user defined and another obscure size, shouldn't it fill the screen for "fit window to page"?
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I am new to Mac, well spotted! When I click on the green button, yea, it switches between the user defined and another obscure size, shouldn't it fill the screen for "fit window to page"?
No it just adjusts to the size of the page.. just to fit the contents in.

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