One of the cool new features in Apple OS X Lion is its ability to put programs in full screen mode. But OS X Lion doesn’t exactly make it obvious how to get out of that mode for the apps that support it.
So here’s how to do it.
First click the maximize icon at the upper right corner of the screen.
To exit full screen mode, just hover the mouse over the upper right corner of the screen and click the icon again.
There’s also a handy keyboard combo for this that you can use. Hit [Command][Control][F] to toggle between full and regular screen mode.
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“There’s also a handy keyboard combo for this that you can use. Hit to toggle between full and regular screen mode.”
Yeah … did I miss it?