Had this exact Problem in After Effects. Just found a solution on youtube that solved it for me. just option+doubleclick on the bottom corner (to resize). I dont know though if that is a system function, that works everywhere or if it is an after effects function.
Since OS X El Capitan, System Integrity Protection (SIP) don't let to change nvram options. Also boot-args="iog=0x0" is not working anymore.
To solve this issue I found this solution:
Go to Recovery Mode: Reboot and hold down ⌘+R until Apple logo appears.
Go to Utilities > Terminal
Type csrutil disable
Open a terminal and type ...
We've just released Volume Limiter for Mac, available on the AppStore as well as our website. (The web version offers a free trial). It has advanced capabilities, including limiting by audio device, locking controls for all users on a computer, and 'Mute Mode' (automatic muting based on system events or a user-defined calendar).
You can type:
defaults write com.apple.dock desktop-picture-show-debug-text -bool
and this will print the complete path on the Desktop image. So viewing your desktop you'll see the file name and path.
To remove the file name from the desktop just type:
defaults delete com.apple.dock desktop-picture-show-debug-text;killall
The benefits of a clean install are that you are left with a system disk whose contents are known, and of 'factory' condition. This will remove any third-party software (which may be interfering with good operation); it will free up space by the removal of 'cruft' - vestigial data files no longer wanted or in use. It will return all settings to their ...
I would suggest using GIMP for this. Firstly, import your image, right-click on it, and select Image -> Crop to Content:
This ensures that the canvas is the same size as your image so that if you hover at the top left of the image, the coordinate display at the bottom left shows 0, 0:
I found this to be superior to the Cmd + Shift + 4 method in Preview....
Another solution, although ghetto, is to place a very weak ferrite magnet (like fridge magnets) near the Hall effect sensor of the laptop.
This has the benefit to simulate the macshell mode while keeping the lid opened to improve the cooling performance.
Do not use strong neodymium magnets. This could damage the Hall effect sensor.
To differentiate: ...