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you would need to create a new instance of the application via terminal: In general it is simply : open -a 'application' -n But for Google Chrome it is: /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --user-data-dir=my-profile-dir that gives you the ability to switch between two windows in full screen mode that are completely ...


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This was fixed in Mavericks as you are aware, but I don't know of any canonical way to fix this for apps in prior versions of OS X, and even app specific fixes don't work properly. Whilst you said without updating to Mavericks, this really would be the best option since it is the 'official' fix to a core part of OS X.


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ctrl + cursor keys Can be changed in system preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> Mission Control


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Have you seen Vimium for Chrome? I'm not sure if there is a way to hide the toolbar in Chrome, but the vim extension for Safari might be the last step you need for navigating using only the keyboard.


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I've seen this recommended <meta name="apple-mobile-web-app-capable" content="yes"> It runs the site in standalone mode, which hides the UI. I'm unclear on how this compares to the minimal-ui solution above. I am under the impression this solution works for iOS versions before 7.1 as well.



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