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Finder Bar wont hide in full screen?!?!?


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Hi,
For some reason all of a sudden my finder bar at the top of the screen wont hide when i am in full screen mode, online like youtube videos full screen or when using quicktime player. Its incredibly annoying, as i dont remember changing any settings?! how do i get it back to normal?
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