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AMOKK7525

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#255872 4-Sep-2019 08:00
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Please can anyone give me some idea on how to do the following.

 


We have a 75" monitor where we have some stats displayed via Google Chrome using Split Screen to separate the tab's into 3 windows.

 

What we can't figure out is how to hide the URL and TAB bars within the individual tabs to make the most use of the screen real estate we have.

 

TIA for any advise.

 

 


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rp1790
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  #2310463 4-Sep-2019 09:59
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Pressing F11 gives you the fullscreen with no URL or bookmarks bar.


nzkc
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  #2310468 4-Sep-2019 10:05
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rp1790:

 

Pressing F11 gives you the fullscreen with no URL or bookmarks bar.

 

 

This was my first thought.... though I wonder if the software they're using to split the screen into 3 prevents this. Or if Chrome then just takes up the whole 75" screen so only one shows.

 

An alternative to the split screen might be a tab rotator extension and then using F11 to full screen.  Ones such as:

 

Have used similar tools in the past for this (cannot remember if it was these particular extensions...they're just the first two that came up).


 
 
 
 


nzkc
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  #2310470 4-Sep-2019 10:08
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Another solution would be to write a web page that shows 3 websites embedded....even with a dirty iframe might work ;-)\

 

Then just F11 your screen!


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