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Option 1 = Switch to fullscreen Option 2 = Autohide the dock When you try to save this time resize the dialog window so its not so low and continue saving. It should remember the same size when you switch back to your normal screen or dock settings.


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Alternative method, even though the first method works & was accepted as the correct answer... this also works for attached file-picker sheets where you cannot reach the red/yellow/green dots. Shift/drag any visible edge of a window will simultaneously resize it from all sides except the side opposite to the drag; then enabling you to drag it to a new ...


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If you can see the top left corner of the window, there should be a Red, Yellow and Green circle. If you click the Green circle, the window should resize so that its entirety is visible. You can then drag any side or corner to the desired size.


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Those would be Control+F4 - Move focus to the active (or next) window Shift+Control+F4 - Move focus to the previously active window If you have the "F keys as standard function keys" option disabled in System Preferences > Keyboard, enable it. Or use Fn in addition to the above shortcuts.


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I found that BetterTouchTool solves this problem nicely. The Preferences aren't quite intuitive: Select "Other" category at the top of the window. Make sure that "Global" is selected at the left side. Click "Configure New Trigger" button in the bottom part of the window. Select "Leftclick Green Window Button" as trigger. Select "Zoom Window Below Cursor" ...


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OS X already does this. If you open an app, then switch app before the window loads, the window of the second app will open behind the app you are currently working in. Photoshop does not create standard OS X windows, instead using its own windowing system. This means that Photoshop windows and therefore the app itself does not abide by OS X windowing ...


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Hi not sure if I've misread the OP - but in Yosemite, to enter full screen mode you just click the green icon at the top left of the open window to make it full screen and click it again to reduce back to original size - as in cough Windows


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This is a bug with Google Chrome: Issue 150068: "Save as" modal sheet sometimes not sized correctly https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=150068 As a workaround, you can go fullscreen then open the sheet—this forces it to fit on the screen.


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This works on Mavericks: open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app --new --args --new-window https\://www.google.ca followed by: osascript -e 'activate application "Google Chrome"' Tested in sh, bash and zsh. For some reason, if I try to put them on the same line like so: /usr/bin/open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app --new --args --new-window ...


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ShiftIt is a free app that does a similar job to some of the others mentioned here: CMD + ALT + CTRL + F gives you full-screen. It also does quarter screen, center, and move to next screen if you have multiple monitors. It requires XQuartz which does rather dwarf its <1Mb download. Hadn't come across Spectacle before; it may offer a more complete feature ...



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