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MikeNaylor
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Hide Photo Supreme

Post by MikeNaylor » 21 Dec 17 19:54

The Menu bar command Photo Supreme -> Hide Photo Supreme does not work when there is a spinning ball. This is particularly annoying when performing a full compact or backup, because these processes can take a long time to execute, making it impossible to access the Desktop.

Maybe this is 'just' a Mac thing, but does anyone else experience this?
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Stephen
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Re: Hide Photo Supreme

Post by Stephen » 27 Dec 17 12:54

I cannot remember, but have you just tried selecting another application?
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Re: Hide Photo Supreme

Post by MikeNaylor » 28 Dec 17 15:52

Yes I can do that, but if PSu is using the full width and height of my display, I can't hide PSu to access the Desktop. Its a bad habit, but I do tend to leave things directly on the Desktop.
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Re: Hide Photo Supreme

Post by tstoddard » 28 Dec 17 21:52

Mike,

I'm not a MAC user so I'm curious, isn't there a shortcut you can use to reach the desktop on a MAC? When I google it, several solutions come up. One suggests that you can specify a keyboard shortcut of your own. If you do keep a lot on your desktop, I would think it would be useful to have such a shortcut set up.
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Re: Hide Photo Supreme

Post by MikeNaylor » 28 Dec 17 22:17

Thanks Tom. I'm not a shortcut fan, so I hadn't thought of that. It turns out there are several, but he easiest one for me is simply F11.
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Re: Hide Photo Supreme

Post by Stephen » 29 Dec 17 17:01

Under Mac, the F9 key will show all open windows on one page, which you can then select. Perhaps that helps?
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