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What are the differences between the functions CLEANSCREEN and FULLSCREEN?

A - answer To make the drawing screen area larger and temporarily remove the user interface controls, you can use the FULLSCREENON command (from Express Tools, up to ver.2006) or the "Clean screen" function (Ctrl+0, CLEANSCREENON).

These two functions behave differently. The following table summarizes which UI controls are hidden by which function:

ElementCLEANSCREENFULLSCREEN
Pull-down menu x
Screen menuxx
Commandline 
Statusbar optionally
Toolbarsx 
Tool palettesx 
Application titlexx

To switch back, press the Ctrl-0 keys again (Ctrl-9 to restore commandline in A2006+).

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