A bet­ter way to go fullscreen

Mac Format - - APPLETALK -

Is there a way to run an ap­pli­ca­tion fullscreen but still have the Dock show­ing? I don’t like the au­to­hide be­hav­iour of the Dock so I nor­mally have this turned off, but when I make an app fullscreen, it cov­ers the Dock! Bill Poole Even if you have au­to­hide turned off, the Dock will still slide into view in Fullscreen mode when you move your mouse to the bot­tom of the screen, much the same way the menu bar does. You can size a win­dow to cover ev­ery­thing ex­cept the menu and Dock quite eas­ily, by just drag­ging the cor­ners. Apps won’t re­size to cover the Dock, although they can be moved be­hind it. Once you’ve sized an app man­u­ally, that size will be re­mem­bered the next time you open it. If you want your win­dows to snap au­to­mat­i­cally, you can use Bet­terS­napTool (£1.49, Mac App Store).

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