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Can't Minimize out of the game

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SupeRCollideR

Senior Member

09-10-2010

Just downloaded the mac client and can't figure out how to minimize LoL. Also if there isn't a way there should be


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Udyr

Recruiter

09-10-2010

Apple + Tab should do the trick while in game.


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Naukuga

Recruiter

09-10-2010

Once you do minimize out of the game, the only way to get back into full screen is to click the Icon on the Doc, it dosetn show up in the Apple + Tab Menu and it dosent show up when you use Expose


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SupeRCollideR

Senior Member

09-10-2010

Mac client ftw


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Dataslave

Adjudicator

09-11-2010

The readme describing the minimize hotkeys isn't easily accessible after you first read it, may want to put the file somewhere useful.

My main problem is the choice of hotkey combinations. Although Apple doesn't define standard shortcuts for full-screen applications (http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1343), Blizzard at least has taken to using cmd+m as a toggle between fullscreen and windowed mode. cmd+enter just makes no sense. cmd+tab at least makes a weird sort of sense, since you're used to hitting this to switch applications.


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Thanners

Member

09-13-2010

Quote:
Dataslave:
Blizzard at least has taken to using cmd+m as a toggle between fullscreen and windowed mode. cmd+enter just makes no sense. cmd+tab at least makes a weird sort of sense, since you're used to hitting this to switch applications.


I seem to recall (vaguely) using Alt+Enter in Windows to toggle fullscreen in some games. I can't actually remember doing that anytime recently, but perhaps that was the inspiration for cmd+enter as a fullscreen toggle key shortcut.


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