Safari 6 (OS X Mountain Lion): View webpages in full screen
In many applications on the Mac, including Safari, you can expand the window to fill your entire screen. You can make a webpage full screen with one click, and switch to another webpage (or full-screen window in another app) with a swipe of the trackpad.
- To enlarge an entire webpage so it uses the screen, click the arrows in the top-right corner of an app window:
- To move from one window to another in full-screen view, swipe left and right, or press the arrow keys on your keyboard.
- To return to standard view, click the arrows in the window’s upper-right corner:
If you prefer viewing webpages in full-screen, Mission Control lets you see everything running on your Mac, including your full-screen windows. Mission Control presents your full screen windows as thumbnail images, making it easy for you to move from one to another.