Oct 02, 2015 · To hide the Menu Bar in OS X El Capitan, head to Settings > General. There, you’ll find a new checkbox beneath last year’s neat feature: dark mode for the Dock and Menu Bar . What we’re looking for, however, is the option labeled Automatically hide and show the menu bar .
Nov 27, 2013 · Hide The Menu Bar On Your Secondary Monitor With Mavericks [OS X Tips] There is a way, however, to just hide the menu bar altogether on your secondary monitor, if that’s how you want things Dec 31, 2015 · Well, if you are running Mac OS X El Capitan you can now auto hide the menu bar. It works just like auto hide for the Dock, remaining hidden until you move your mouse to the edge of the screen. To auto hide the menu bar, go to System Preferences | General and check the box next to Automatically hide and show the menu bar. Oct 24, 2013 · The opaque menu bar in OS X Mavericks signifying inactivity within a dual screen setup is a real eye-sore. Why not just make it fully solid and therefore less distracting? Unfortunately, it's only possible to completely disable the second menu bar. Read on for some instructions. May 05, 2016 · If you’re running OS X El Capitan, it’s possible to hide the menu bar on your primary display. Hiding the menu bar works very much like a hidden Dock in OS X, in that when you move your cursor Nov 30, 2014 · I have two Mac Pro laptops with the same version of OS and Word. On my older computer, the menu bar stays visible on all applications. On the new laptop, it disappears continually and is extremely irritating-- it makes work much slower since each time I want to view info that is always visible on my older laptop. There is no such feature called ‘auto-hide’. When you enter full screen mode the menu bar disappears. That’s the way it was designed and there is no way to change it. If this bothers you then do not enter full screen mode. Simply drag your app’s window size to fill as much of the screen as possible. The menu bar will not disappear then.
Oct 05, 2015 · How to auto-hide the menu bar in OS X El Capitan. By Rob LeFebvre • 10:43 am, October 5, 2015. How-To; It will let you hide the menu bar up top to give you more space to work with.
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