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Using cord RDP client to access a Windows 7 computer. There was a little symbol to go to full screen, but once in full screen there was no icon to cancel it. I had to log into the windows box to cancel the session to get back control of my iMac! I tried googling and came up with options such as ctrl-alt-end. I do not have an 'end' key!
Can someone help please?
 

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If something has gone full screen, you can move your mouse to the top edge of the screen to bring back the title bar and global menu bar. You should be able to escape full screen from there.
 
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If something has gone full screen, you can move your mouse to the top edge of the screen to bring back the title bar and global menu bar. You should be able to escape full screen from there.

I tried that, moved mouse all over the screen & got nothing! I thought something would happen when the mouse went off the top edge, but nothing.
 

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Looking at their website, the app actually looks quite old so it may not have full screen functionality built in.

I don't have it installed but I imagine that there is a keyboard shortcut that you can use. Next time you run Cord, check the menus before you go full screen to see if there's something there with a keyboard shortcut.
 
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Not the top edge, the top right corner. Hover there a few seconds and the two-headed arrow should appear. Just moving there doesn't work, you have to hover.
 

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