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You can move focus to menu bar with for example: ⌃ CTRL+F2 or ⌘ CMD+⇧ SHIFT+/. Alternatively You can show Dashboard with clock as a widget (but set the Dashboard not as a separate space).


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If you don't care about it, you could remove the second menu bar in the settings. It should fix the problem. http://www.mactrast.com/2013/10/disable-second-menu-bar-os-x-mavericks/


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So it seems someone found a working solution, at last. First, close your VMs Quit VirtualBox then as root (or sudo ...) copy the file somewhere as backup, then edit (eg vi) /Applications/VirtualBox.app/Contents/Resources/VirtualBoxVM.app/Contents/Info.plist and add the line shown in the middle the line <key>LSUIElement</key> ...


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I was a bit stumped by this, but actually I think there is an explicit procedure. When in full-screen mode, move the cursor to the bottom of the screen; then drag down with one finger. The dock will then appear. It appears it doesn't matter where you do this (which application icon you happen to hovering over) as far as I can see.


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Use applescript to send the ⌘⌃F shortcut: tell application "Terminal" activate tell application "System Events" to keystroke "F" using {command down, control down} end tell You can use the osascript command to execute applescripts.


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I had the same issue and I find it. This has to do with multiple monitors and mirroring (I connect my tv on the mac). Turn "Display mirroring" to off. That's it!


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do a spotlight search on the remote mac with the string "mission control". Works on Yosemite at least


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I know this might not be what you actually want to hear, however... Fullscreen/Menus is an either/or You can have one or the other. That's the whole idea, like it or not. The workaround is to learn the key commands. Once you do, you'll wonder what the menus were ever for. BTW, your two scenarios are mutually exclusive & simply require more accurate ...


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You could use an AppleScript like that to do it. tell application "Safari" to activate delay 3 --adjust to your needs tell application "System Events" tell process "Safari" tell menu bar 1 tell menu bar item "View" tell menu "View" click menu item "Hide Toolbar" end tell ...



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