Sets the view to full screen mode.
- macOS 10.5+
The screen the view should cover.
A dictionary of options for the mode. For possible keys, see Full Screen Mode Options.
YES if the view was able to enter full screen mode, otherwise
NSFull is contained in the options dictionary, the presentation options that were in effect when this method is invoked are not altered, and no displays are captured.
If you do not wish to capture the screen when going to full screen mode, you can add
NSFull to the options dictionary with the value returned by the
In OS X v 10.5, invoking this method when the view was not in a window would cause an exception. In macOS 10.6 and later, you can now send this message to a view not in a window. For applications that must also run in OS X v 10.5, a simple workaround is to place the view in an offscreen dummy window.