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Red, yellow, Green dots not showing up anymore.

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I'm on a Macbook Pro and recently, the three little colored dots in the upper left corner of the window is no longer visible. So, i can't 'x' out of the program or 'minimize' the program that way any longer. It is the only program or window that does not show the red/yellow/green dots now. 

Can someone advise on how to get this back or is the a specific change that LR has incorporated?  They do show up for Photoshop. 

 

I've attached 2 screenshots. One with the dots and one without for reference. 

Thank you. 

 

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Do the menu command Window > Screen Mode > Normal. (See the menu for the various keybord shortcuts you can use.)

 

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Red, yellow, Green dots not showing up anymore.

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I'm on a Macbook Pro and recently, the three little colored dots in the upper left corner of the window is no longer visible. So, i can't 'x' out of the program or 'minimize' the program that way any longer. It is the only program or window that does not show the red/yellow/green dots now. 

Can someone advise on how to get this back or is the a specific change that LR has incorporated?  They do show up for Photoshop. 

 

I've attached 2 screenshots. One with the dots and one without for reference. 

Thank you. 

 

Screen Shot 2020-05-14 at 8.56.11 AM.pngScreen Shot 2020-05-14 at 8.56.36 AM.png

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Do the menu command Window > Screen Mode > Normal. (See the menu for the various keybord shortcuts you can use.)

 

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Do the menu command Window > Screen Mode > Normal. (See the menu for the various keybord shortcuts you can use.)

 

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Fixed. Thank you very much. 

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