andreas
Hi there,

I am working on a small Macbook Air. Screen real estate is of course precious and TB is "wasting" a lot of space. Would it maybe be possible to hide the top panel of the plex, and the formatting panel of the notes, etc?

Going fullscreen with presentation mode doesn't let me switch between applications anymore.

Will linking to thought-URLs from any program work in TB7 on Mac?

Found shift-cmd-4 very useful for taking thought icon pictures from any application. Use ctl key when taking the screenshot.

Cheers,
Andreas
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Tracy
Hi Andreas,
I am checking with one of my Mac specialists on your questions. We will post again shortly. Thanks, Tracy
Tracy Barr
TheBrain Technologies
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Moe
Andreas,

Thanks for posting. I would like to let you know that you can hide the toolbar (Options > Show Toolbar). If you would like to hide the tools tabs, you can double click the Plex, double clicking the Plex again will put them back. You can even go further by Auto-hiding the tool tabs, to Auto-hide the tool tabs, select Options > Advanced Tool Layout. For any tools (eg Notes, Tag etc..) you would like to Auto-hide, right click the tool (heading) then select Auto Hide.


Re: Going fullscreen with presentation mode doesn't let me switch between applications anymore.

I will need to check with our engineers on this one then get back to you.

Re: Will linking to thought-URLs from any program work in TB7 on Mac?

This is still on our list of features to implement in a future release.

Thanks,
Moe
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andreas
Argh! I searched for the "hiding toolbar" but it was hidden in plain sight. Thanks Moe!


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