PHOTOSHOP - Application Full Size Window - GAP on MacOS

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Why is it not possible to create on mac a nice application window - with no such gap?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/y63spq6tpp6...
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Remo Hexspoor

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Posted 3 years ago

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Pete Green, Customer Advocate

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Hi Remo,

Is this on Yosemite?
Is PS up to date?

Interestingly, I don't see that same gap on 10.8.5.

Regards
Pete
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Chris Cox

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Nor on MacOS 10.7 or 10.9.5.
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Remo Hexspoor

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Hi Pete

Thanks for your Feedback so fast - it seems i expected something different - than usual when i press on the plus on mac it create a full screen windown - but it forogot that photoshop / adobe / creates this only via VIEW/SCREEN VIEW. So it's all okay . i just used and expected it wrong.

maybe adobe can change this

remo
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Chris Cox

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That doesn't make sense.
When you press + on MacOS, the window expands to fill the available screen space, or contracts back to the last used window size. In your case you have the application frame enabled, so the entire application area expands and contracts.

Fullscreen mode is not tied to the window size (since it is full screen, and gets rid of the window frames).