Borderless Fullscreen (⇱⇲)

Attempts to make the current window into a borderless full screen window.

Notes

  • Warning: May cause graphical glitches and potentially even functionality glitches on some programs. You should save work before trying this for the first time on an app.

Configs

  • Borderless Full Screen Interaction Tweak (Default: True)
      Some programs try to get smart and do things when they detect they are in borderless full screen mode. In my experiences, these things are usually detrimental. This tweak will set the pixels off by one, which can avoid this in the cases I saw. If the programs you are using behave fine without this tweak, maybe keep it off to get a bit closer to pixel perfection.
  • Borderless Full Screen Full Window Fix (Default: False)
      When enabled, borderless full screen will not attempt to remove the borders, but instead will try size the program in such a way that the borders would be outside of your screen. Some programs try to fight the normal mode, but will work with this enabled.
  • Borderless Full Screen Span All Screens (Default: False)
      Span all screens when using the borderless full screen feature.
  • Borderless Full Screen Horizontal Overscan (Default: 1)
      When switching to borderless full screen, attempt to overscan/underscan horizontally by this ratio. Some programs may resist overscan, but underscan should work more often.
  • Borderless Full Screen Vertical Overscan (Default: 1)
      When switching to borderless full screen, attempt to overscan/underscan vertically by this ratio. Some programs may resist overscan, but underscan should work more often.
  • Borderless Full Screen Lock (Default: True)
      When enabled, programs that have been set to borderless full screen will automatically reset to full screen if changed. This is helpful for some applications which change their sizes and positions for strange reasons. You will need to toggle the borderless full screen off for it to unlock.

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