Earlier, it was pointed out that the new model of MacBook Pro had problems displaying the menu bar due to the new “M-size” design. In a new supplementary document issued by Apple yesterday, it is pointed out in detail that the option of adding “Zoom to Built-in Camera” in macOS can temporarily solve the problem that the application cannot work normally on Apple’s new MacBook Pro.
▲Before opening the new option, place the menu bar parallel to the front camera of the MacBook Pro▲After opening the new option, the menu bar will automatically drop to the bottom of the camera
The “M” bangs of MacBook Pro enable Apple laptops to display a wider borderless screen, and “Zoom to Built-in Camera” will force the screen to zoom, so that the app only uses the position under the M The function menu of the application and the data page above will be saved under the M font. Although the above method can solve the problem of MacBook Pro’s operation, it will make the M size useless.
▲The picture shows the new macOS option “Scale to fit below bulit-in camera”
Good news for notch haters! If you’ve got an app (or apps) with menus that collide with the notch, just Get Info on the app, and enable “Scale to fit below built-in camera”.
— Joseph from Sketch (@Jatodaro) October 27, 2021
The zoom function is displayed on @Jatodaro’s Twitter, indicating how to view the notification in the app under the condition of “zoom to the built-in camera”. The full screen under the M font will only reappear when the application is closed and unchecked.
Source: The Verge
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