pigsupprunsater.ml/us-training-and-advisory-assistance.php This is a horrible user experience and I am very surprised this simple bug exists, has existed, and has not been fixed since macOS Sierra, nearly two and a half years. Posted on Nov 5, 9: Page content loaded. Nov 5, 9: While I do not usually have the menu bar hidden, I hid it just for testing and I cannot reproduce your problem: Since you appear to have several different problems, I'm thinking that they may be specific to your installation.
I recommend you run Etrecheck and post its report here so we can look for possible causes of problems. Nov 5, While hiding the menu bar, did you have multiple apps open and expanded to full screen on the desktop not full screen? I retested just now, with some applications in fullscreen mode and not others.
Keyboard navigate menu icons; simply use the hotkey to activate then arrow through them and press return to select. You can search the all menu icons, allowing you quick access to a menu icons without looking for it. Simply use the hotkey or control click the Bartender menu icon to activate search and start typing.
So your menu bar items are always in the order you want. Bartender is an essential tool for taming a wild menu bar full of apps. Bartender comes to the rescue — Favorite Mac Gems. It's both the trial and the full version with license: Instructions and Help for Bartender 3 can be found in Support.
Thanks for downloading. Bartender 3 Features Take control of your menu bar icons With Bartender you can choose which apps stay in the menu bar, are displayed in the Bartender Bar or are hidden completely.
Hidden menu bar icons Hidden items can be shown whenever you want, by clicking on the Bartender Icon or via a hot key. You can also use your keyboard to show the menu bar.
If you want to use a different key combination, go back to the System Preferences dialog box and click Keyboard. Once the current key combination is selected, type the new key combination you want to use.
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Designed by Blog Consulting. Step 1 To automatically hide the menu bar, select System Preferences from the Apple menu.
Sometimes you need to use your entire screen at once, like when you're working on a serious photo-retouching project or need more screen real estate for. Sep 30, Use every pixel of your Mac's screen by hiding the menu bar. What used to take a separate app is now built in to OS X El Capitan. There is a setting that Next, check the box for Automatically hide and show the menu bar.
Step 2 On the System Preferences dialog box, click General.