On Wed, 2003-07-16 at 18:28, Nathan Carl Summers wrote:

> Don't!  Fullscreen mode is useful for more than that.  It is nice when
> working on a large image, or a smaller image with high magnification, to
> get rid of superfluous stuff like the window decoration, but in that case
> the user may still want to use of the stuff that would otherwise be
> hidden.

I find this a lot more useful as well, probably because that's what the
fullscreen mode was for in Photoshop. A preview is nice as well, but
fullscreen editing is quite a kick-ass feature.

-- 
Jakub Steiner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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