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guides:setting_a_full_screen_interface [2010/04/16 04:52]
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 Please note that this is only an example, and may not apply to all users. You may like some of the features that are not used here, and may not like those used. This is only to help you understand some steps you can take to get you displaying a clean full screen interface with no distractions. Please note that this is only an example, and may not apply to all users. You may like some of the features that are not used here, and may not like those used. This is only to help you understand some steps you can take to get you displaying a clean full screen interface with no distractions.
  
-Set Fit Mode to Fit Height, and unselect ​Fit Width with Only Fit If Oversized. Set Page Display to Two Pages (Adaptive). In Comic Display Settings, uncheck Realistic Comic Display, and set Solid Color to Black. Then unselect Always Display Browser Docking Grip under Preferences:​ Behavior. This will leave you with the interface looking like this...+Set Fit Mode to Fit Height, and unselect Only Fit If Oversized. Set Page Display to Two Pages (Adaptive). In Comic Display Settings, uncheck Realistic Comic Display, and set Solid Color to Black. Then unselect Always Display Browser Docking Grip under Preferences:​ Behavior. This will leave you with the interface looking like this...
  
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 Additionally,​ if you wish to have **no** other items presented in the reader area when reading, in Preferences:​ Reader Setup: Overlays, unselect all options, and only the comic will display. Additionally,​ if you wish to have **no** other items presented in the reader area when reading, in Preferences:​ Reader Setup: Overlays, unselect all options, and only the comic will display.

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