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In OS Yosemite (tested with 10.10.2), the Gnuplot does not package with XQuartz. Answer in bibstha's comment. Much more robust window manager is in qt and it works brew uninstall gnuplot brew install gnuplot --with-qt and note depreciated command brew install gnuplot --qt


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Fit screen & full screen are not the same thing. Fit screen makes a 'guess' based on window content & probable usage [per app, it would appear to not be consistent, some apps are better than others at 'guessing'] Full screen is under system control & will generate a new Space for the app, filling the entire screen. Clicking the green dot, ...


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I have an early 2013 MacBook Pro with Retina Display running OS X 10.8.5 and I've tested cscreen command line utility and it works to change resolution via the command line. You can download the cscreenIntel.dmg from the link provided. In a terminal use cscreen -h to output the internal help information. An example of use: cscreen -d 32 -x 1680 -y 1050 BTW ...


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It'a an old thread, but right now Apple have repair program for Macbooks 2011-2013 which have video card problems. Details can be found here. Apple has determined that a small percentage of MacBook Pro systems may exhibit distorted video, no video, or unexpected system restarts. These MacBook Pro systems were sold between February 2011 and December 2013. ...


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In Chrome, use the keyboard cmd+shift+f to go in to full screen mode. Use it again to exit full screen. To fill in the Window (not the screen) I recommend the Chrome Extension called "iZoom", found here https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/izoom/iheccogfcpjfjbnlohnlgdljaefpgaoi?hl=en-US Automatically changes zoom level to fit window width. With ...


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Since choosing the "right" color is a personal choice, I would recommend to use the ColorSync Utility located in your Utility folder. Here you can set what profile to use or adjust the settings to your needs. If you need to you can get ICC profile that suits your needs from here.



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