Nathan Carl Summers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> This actually could be a serious usablity issue, since a user who has the
> menubar on (which a distro might set as default) after going to fullscreen
> mode might not be able to figure out how to get the menubar back, or even
> how to return to windowed mode.

Pressing F11 again or hitting ESC will get you out of full-screen mode

> Seriously, though, it would be a much better behavior to keep the menubar
> when the window is made fullscreen.  A user that prefers a menubar will
> probably prefer one in fullscreen mode also.  Besides, a user with a clue
> will be able to turn off the menubar anyway.

Fullscreen mode was added to be able to view the image in a neutral
environment w/o being distracted by any user interface elements.
Adding a menubar would completely ruin this effort.

The fact that you can edit the image in full-screen mode and that we
even decided to allow you to tweak what gets hidden and what not is
just an additional nicety and I'm actually tempted to remove it.

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