FlightCheck Window Menu - FlightCheck® User Guide - 2023

Minimize

Will minimize the current document window to your Dock. To view the window again, either click on the icon in your Doc or under the Window menu select the name of the document and click on it.

Zoom

Zooms FlightCheck to fill up your entire screen. Selecting Zoom a second time will bring the FlightCheck window back to its original size. If you wish to resize the window, you must grab the lower right corner and drag to resize the window.

Tile Window to Left of Screen

This takes the macOS into Split Screen Mode with FlightCheck Express on the Left half of the screen and any other open windows you have on the right side of the screen. Caution If you click on the left half of the screen (the FlightCheck Express window), FlightCheck Express will go into Full Screen Mode. To exit this mode, you need to move your cursor to the very top of the screen, which will make the FlightCheck Express Toolbar appear. Once the Toolbar is visible, click on the green minimize button to return to normal mode.
WARNINGThis feature only works in macOS 10.15.X and higher. On macOS 10.14 and earlier systems this menu item is not even present.

Tile Window to Right of Screen

This takes the macOS into Split Screen Mode with FlightCheck Express on the Right half of the screen and any other open windows you have on the right side of the screen. Caution If you click on the right half of the screen (the FlightCheck Express window), FlightCheck Express will go into Full Screen Mode. To exit this mode, you need to move your cursor to the very top of the screen, which will make the FlightCheck Express Toolbar appear. Once the Toolbar is visible, click on the green minimize button to return to normal mode.
WARNINGThis feature only works in macOS 10.15.X and higher. On macOS 10.14 and earlier systems this menu item is not even present.

Show Previous Tab

If tabbed windows is enabled, this moves to the tab on the left. If you are viewing the document associated with the left most tab, this will cycle around and go to the farthest tab on the right.

Show Next Tab

If tabbed windows is enabled, this moves to the tab on the right. If you are viewing the document associated with the right most tab, this will cycle around and go to the farthest tab on the left.

Move Tab to New Window

This will take the current selected document and move it to a new floating window that is no longer part of the tabbed window. You may position this window anywhere on your screen.

Merge All Windows

This will merge all open documents into a single tabbed window.

Show Get Started Window

Will show the Get Started Window which is the initial window that shows when you first start up FlightCheck. The Get Started Window allows you to open up files. It also displays info about tutorials and help for FlightCheck.

Bring All to Front

Will bring all open FlightCheck windows to the front. As an example if you have a browser window open and it is between two FlightCheck windows, the browser window will be placed behind the two FlightCheck windows, thus making FlightCheck the front most app and the app that is in focus for the macOS.

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