If I want to move my imageview's position to where a portion of the right side of the image will be extending past the visible screen the image tends to shrink and all of the image tends to stay within the edge of the screen, the same can be said if I lower the image to extend past the bottom of the screen, the image shrinks and never extends past the lower edge of the screen,
Once a window is made full-screen in OS X, it no longer seems to be available for switching to with Cmd-Backtick. If I make all the windows in an app full screen, Cmd-Tab to the app will take me to one of those windows (seemingly the first one opened) but it seems I then can't access the other windows belonging to that app via Cmd-Backtick.
I must have missed something between GNOME 3.6 and 3.10 (Fedora 18-20) in the way full-screen windows are handled: I used to be able to run, for example, MythTV playback full screen and still do other things like check my email during commercials while still having the video visible. With 3.10, as soon as the full-screen window looses focus, it gets minimised and disappears.
I am trying to set up my QNX 6.6.0 target (Beagle Bone Black) to run Qt applications. I am able to compile example applications and run them on the target with some success. I am using the HDMI port as my screen output to a standard PC monitor.
The problem I am seeing is that the screen is not totally stable.
Occasionally, I like to run the terminal window in full screen. This works fine and the text utilizes the full screen window. However, when I SSH to a Windows server in full screen, the text will only occupy the upper left quadrant. Does anyone know of a way to utilize the full screen in SSH?
Certain applications that I have (terminal, NVIDIA XServer settings, and a few others) will go full screen properly-that is, whatever monitor I am viewing the application window in, if I drag it up to go full screen, it will go full screen in that monitor.