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Chris

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    Chris commented  · 

    Adding to this. This is basic macOS functionality, and has been around for about 10 years now. It's a core reason why I, and possibly others, take a dim view of Adobe now when many years ago, that was not the case. Well, I mean, that, and sluggish performance every version for no discernible gain, and changing long-standing features right out from under people with no explanation or UI to change it back, but, no full screen really is the cherry.

    Every.Single.Other application I use can go into (REAL, Mac) fullscreen mode, and remembers if it was previously in that mode. It opens in another space, so I will have my desktop available. No so in Illustrator, InDesign Photoshop etc. It's disruptive. It's also just... a little bit of a joke. That a professional, expensive suite of apps has decided to go down it's own path with UI... and it's not even better, it's worse!

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