Emergency feature to escape full view

Discussion in 'Feature Suggestions' started by veggiedude, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. veggiedude

    veggiedude

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    I accidentally enabled full screen view (I meant to invoke coherence) - now I can't remember the key strokes to make it back to a windowed view.

    I tried right clicking the Parallels logo in the task bar, hoping to see the option to change views, but all it has is the tools centre.

    How about making it more useful?
     
  2. veggiedude

    veggiedude

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    I found a workaround. I did a Command-Q (thank god they haven't listened to some calls to abandon Command-Q!) then I click the OK button to dismiss the warning box, now I have access to the Menubar, select Coherence from View.

    done.
     
  3. Alicia

    Alicia Parallels Team

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    The post "How Can Parallels Share Desktop w/Mac OS ?" was moved to "Windows Guest OS Discussion"

    Best Regards,
    Alicia.
     
  4. ehurtley

    ehurtley

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    Alt-Enter (or option-return, in Apple-speak,) is the keystroke to enter or exit full screen view. You can also hit Control-Alt (or ctrl-option,) to 'free' the mouse from the virtual machine, which enables the menu bar, from which you can go to the 'View' menu, and pick 'Single Window' or 'Coherence', as desired.
     

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