#1807 fullscreen stuck

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nobody
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2016-06-11
2016-06-08
Anonymous
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Texstudio 2.10.8 with Ubuntu 16.04
I cannot get out of full screen mode, shortcut does not work (Ctrl+F11),
top menu is not visible.
Even changing the shortcut it does not work.

Discussion

  • Tim Hoffmann

    Tim Hoffmann - 2016-06-09

    If you are on Ubuntu, the default shortcut for enabling and disabling fullscreen is F11 (not Ctrl+F11).

    You can also leave fullscreen mode by pressing Esc.

    If that does not solve the issue: can you leave fullscreen via the menu View -> Full Screen?

     
    Last edit: Tim Hoffmann 2016-06-09
  • Franco

    Franco - 2016-06-09

    Yes, normally it is F11, but it has been changed to Ctrl+F11.
    But I've modified the shortcut to several different combinations and none works.
    Nevertheless there must be something else going on, also Ctrl+Q normally used
    to close the program does not work, and I'm sure it was working previously.
    I guess some Ubuntu software update has to be responsible for this.
    Others shortcuts work, e.g., F5, F6 to compile.

    Nevertheless I found a way to get out of fullscreen, but if I do View -> Full Screen then
    I cannot access the menu bar any more and cannot easily get out of full screen.
    I had to remove .config/texstudio, Esc also does not work.

    Thanks

     
  • Tim Hoffmann

    Tim Hoffmann - 2016-06-09

    Which Qt version are you using? There are a number of Bugs concerning shortcuts in Qt5.4/5.5.

    I cannot access the menu bar any more and cannot easily get out of full screen.

    That again sounds like a Unity/Qt issue. Works fine with KDE.

     
    Last edit: Tim Hoffmann 2016-06-09
  • Franco

    Franco - 2016-06-10

    It's Qt5.5.1
    I will not use fullscreen until Qt is upgraded.
    Thanks

     
  • Tim Hoffmann

    Tim Hoffmann - 2016-06-11
    • status: open --> pending
    • Group: -->

    waiting for Qt fix

     
    Last edit: Tim Hoffmann 2016-06-11

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