If I have a window on my desktop in OSX Mountain Lion, I see an icon in the top right corner o the window, made of two diagonal arrows pointing away from each other. I can click this to put the app in "full screen" mode and give it its own space.
Once I've done that, I can hover my mouse near the top edge of the screen and the menu bar will slide down. There's a blue icon on the far right that looks like the opposite of the first: two diagonal arrows pointing toward each other. That will take the app out of full screen mode.
I'm being so specific because I want to be clear about which "fullscreen mode" I mean.
What is the universal keyboard shortcut to toggle fullscreen mode in Mountain Lion?
I'm aware of a few application-specific shortcuts, but they're inconsistent.
- In Google Chrome, Command+Control+F toggles fullscreen, and Command+Shift+F toggles "presentation mode", which is the same but without showing the tabs.
- In Firefox, Command+Shift+F toggles fullscreen.
- In iTerm2, Command+Enter toggles fullscreen.
I'm looking for something universal, like how Command+M minimizes the window for any app.