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With the Full-Screen mode worked like the Lion standard...

Apr 7, 2012 10:07 PM

Tags: #lion #apple #full-acreen

Full-screen mode is nice; but, Apple's Lion standard puts full-screen apps on their own Desktop.


Wish Adobe would make their apps work as expected on Apple and Microsoft computers.


Suggestion would be to keep Photoshop's full-screen button in the tool bar, but add Apple's standard full-screen arrows in the upper right; that way Photoshop users could have both functions.


The new text features are nice; but, there are some text items that do not comply with the Mac standard:


1) Command-Control-D does not bring up the pop-up dictionary. I use this often in other programs to check the meaning of words that may be spelled correctly, but have the wrong meaning.


2) Right-clicking on selected text brings up a contextural menu that is missing the Speak Text menu item. I use this in other programs a lot to check my grammar, as often sentences will be incorrect even if the spelling is right. I'm going to use it right now to check this post.


I know, this should go in the Feature Request section; but, I couldn't find it.


I just wish Adobe would quit fighting and add featured to the Mac program that mac users expect and features to the PC program that PS users expect.

  • Noel Carboni
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    Dec 23, 2006
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    Apr 8, 2012 10:35 AM   in reply to JustBob

    Not sure what you're talking about...  It works just the way I expect it to work on my PC.


    What you say makes a lot of sense though.  Integration with system features is a Good Thing.


    I do wish Windows would provide a text vocalization tool; I have had to install a very old one.  Say hi to (the voice of) Siri for me.


    You can request new features here:



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