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    Default Football manager on my mac

    Just bought my first ever mac(i love it). First thing i did was install football manager and the updates but how can i close the fm window and do other stuff wilst fm still playing??

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    Believe it is tab and the apple button on your keyboard then it should come out of full screen mode. Options then up the top

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    there is no apple button on my macbook

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    Its the command key/apple or alt on a pc that and the tab button together does it on mine.

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    Go into System Preferences and the into Expose & Spaces. Turn on Spaces and then you can use the Cmd key and Arrow keys to move between different desktops, you will need to change the settings in Spaces to allow you to move using the Arrow keys. This will allow you to run different programs on different desktops. Make sure when you start FM that you have Display Mode set as Windowed in Preferences.

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    Command-F puts it into windowed mode

    Ahhh... mac, the ultimate pc upgrade.

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    Got to agree I had a macbook which got broken, couldn't afford a new one at the time so bought a cheap Acer laptop which has been repaired over 3 times in 12 months and replaced once. Last week I bought myself a new Mac and it is awesome! :-) And FM on the mac seems to run so much smoother then on Windows based machines which may just be how I perceive it but it certainly seems smoother and more responsive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgonzalez View Post
    Got to agree I had a macbook which got broken, couldn't afford a new one at the time so bought a cheap Acer laptop which has been repaired over 3 times in 12 months and replaced once. Last week I bought myself a new Mac and it is awesome! :-) And FM on the mac seems to run so much smoother then on Windows based machines which may just be how I perceive it but it certainly seems smoother and more responsive.
    That's how I feel about every program I have. EVERYTHING seems to be smoother on mac.

    Made the switch a year and a half ago. PC ? never again.

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