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Google is fixing fullscreen Chrome on Mac to be more ‘immersive’

[2019-03-15 14:29:08]

On most desktop platforms, when you put Chrome into fullscreen, you can access your tabs and the omnibox by moving your mouse to the top of the screen. Unfortunately, since last July, this simple gesture has not worked on Mac, but Google is finally getting around to fixing Chrome’s fullscreen mode. The post Google is fixing fullscreen Chrome on Mac to be more ‘immersive’ appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Google is fixing fullscreen Chrome on Mac to be more ‘immersive’


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