Full screen display is a view mode where only the terminal display is visible and other element of the user interface, such as the Session Panel, Status Bar and Menus are hidden.

This configuration is useful for running TTerm for Linux is a kiosk-like mode where only the terminal itself is displayed.

There are two methods for entering full screen display mode:

When TTerm for Linux is already running select the Full Screen item from the program View menu.

This will expand the TTerm for Linux terminal display area to entirely fill your device screen. Once you have selected Full Screen this becomes the default mode.

To deselect full screen mode right click your mouse on the screen to display a pop-up menu and uncheck the Full Screen option.

Alternately TTerm for Linux can be started in full screen mode by passing a -f switch on the command line.

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