Re: Etch Gnome Acroread -- full screen behavior
Yeah, that is really annoying. I can give you a work around and although
it works, it is also annoying:
1) Enable auto-hide for each panel
2) Go to the Configuration Editor->apps->panel->bottom_panel_screen0 and
set the auto_hide_size to zero manually. Do the same for
Then when you launch acroread in fullscreen mode, you will not see the
panels. You can turn the auto-hide off from the panel menu when you
Please let me know if you find a better way.
On Wed, 10 May 2006 09:21:29 -0400
Clint Harshaw <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I'm running Etch with Marillat repo (all updated as of this morning May
> 10), and have noticed some recent undesirable behavior within the last
> couple of weeks regarding how Gnome handles a request for Acroread to
> present .pdf slides in full screen.
> Previously, when displaying .pdf slides in full screen using Ctrl+l, the
> slides would fill the screen. Now, when displaying full screen, the
> Gnome panels remain on the top and the bottom of the screen.
> I have uploaded a screenshot of the behavior at this url:
> Anyone have an idea about how get Acroread full screen to really be full
> I would use evince or gpdf, but evince simply does not display some of
> the presentations I've written in latex-beamer accurately and gpdf
> leaves a grey surrounding box, instead of blacking out the remaining
> viewing area outside the slides.
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