New MacBook Pro Display Notch
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Tue Oct 19 05:13:17 EDT 2021
I should have thought the simplest way round this problem was to work on
the assumption that from now on
ALL Apple displays will have a notch and "cut one's stack" to
Of course this is only relevant to people who want to annoy end-users by
providing full-screen window apps.
On 19.10.21 11:55, HENRY LOWE via use-livecode wrote:
> The new 14 and 16 inch MacBook Pro models announced by Apple yesterday include a display notch to house the 1080P front facing camera. Clearly this may cause problems for apps that display content in the screen area occupied by the new notch.
> In response Apple has created a new “compatibility mode” for apps running on Macs with a notch. When this mode is active, the system changes the active area of the display to avoid the camera housing. This mode can be turned on/off by the user via a checkbox in the app’s get info panel or it can be activated or deactivated by the developer via a new ‘info.plist’ key.
> Link to Apple developer documentation on how to turn on / off this mode using the new ‘info.plist’ key is below:
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