MBP14 – is fullscreen mode the only way to use all screen space?
If I exit fullscreen mode, all apps (together with Finder) go beneath the notch (i.e. “traditional mode”) *AND* scales the window lower than the precise display screen width, lowering the horizontal width – basically including “synthetic aspect frames”.
I simply realized this as a result of I take advantage of the laptop computer 99% of the time with exterior shows and principally in clamshell mode. I additionally simply upgraded to macOS Ventura so I am questioning if it is a new “characteristic”. If that’s the case, it might be extraordinarily annoying….
I appear to recollect having the ability to maximize apps (not full display screen) and use the highest of the display screen (either side of the notch) for the menu and have the total bodily display screen width. I might choose app properties to position the menu below the notch if desired, however this toggle now solely appears to work in fullscreen mode.
The display screen is already fairly small, so any discount in usable actual property will not be welcome. It does not sound correct so I simply needed to match it with different customers.
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