How to change the color of your browser window when using the browser’s full-screen mode iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Android, Chrome full screen
In addition to changing the color and brightness of your windows, you can also enable full screen mode in Chrome, a popular browser that supports many of the new features in iOS 8 and 8.1, including an “i” button and more.
To enable full-Screen mode, head to chrome://flags and scroll down to the “chrome full-mode” section.
Under “Settings,” enable the full-window mode option under the “Full-screen Modes” section of the main settings menu.
Once full-scale mode is enabled, you will see the following menu option under “Options.”
Click the “Show Full-Screen Mode” button at the top of the screen to enable full resolution mode for your browser.
You can also change the resolution of your screen by clicking the “Default” button in the top right corner of the window.
The next screen will bring up a list of your current windows.
Scroll down and you will find a list that shows all the available window positions and the colors for the currently selected window.
If you do not see any window positions in the list, the color scheme of the currently-selected window will be shown.
If you wish to use full screen, click the “Set Default” button to open the “Display Options” menu.
Select the “Window Colors” option and click “OK.”
If you do decide to change your current window, you must restart Chrome and reboot your phone or tablet to complete the process.
If the process takes longer than 15 minutes, it may take up to 15 minutes to restore your current settings.
After you reboot, you should see the fullscreen mode in your browser as well as the color choices that are available for the current window.
Once your screen has changed, you are now ready to try it out in full screen on the iPhone.
To change the screen size, click “Settings” at the bottom of the page and select “Settings for Screen Size.”
Click the “Advanced” button on the right to open “Display” and then “Default Colors” to change how your screen looks in full-size mode.
In the “Color” section, you may change the background color of the current image by clicking on the “Red” button, then “Green” or “Blue” from the dropdown menu.
For the iPhone, the default colors are white, yellow and black.
To customize the brightness, you might want to select the “Auto” option.
This will turn the display on and off automatically when your phone is on.
If your phone does not automatically turn on or off the screen, you have to click the back button and then choose the “Turn Off” option from the menu.
To disable full-sizing mode, you would do the following:Select the “Device” option at the right of the “Screen Size” screen in the “General” menu, then select “Turn on/Off.”
Select the box next to “Full Screen Mode” and click the checkmark to enable the feature.
To enable full size mode for the entire device, go to the settings of your device and then select the checkbox next to the screen.
Now you are ready to test out full screen for yourself.
You may want to set the “display timeout” option to 5 minutes to get a better idea of how long it will take your screen to fully resize.
If the phone’s screen does not appear to be fully full, you could try changing the display brightness and/or the contrast of the display.
The default settings are the ones shown above.
To set the brightness of the phone, you first need to adjust the “Settings”-button in the bottom right of your phone, then press the “Volume Up” or the “Power” button simultaneously on your phone.
If both buttons are pressed simultaneously, the phone will then change its brightness to its default brightness.
To adjust the contrast, you need to press the power button in a similar manner to the brightness and contrast settings.
If either button is pressed simultaneously on the phone and both buttons hold the same button, the brightness will increase.
To remove the full size, press the back-button at the same time as you press the volume up and power buttons on your device.
Once the phone is off and the brightness is back to the default, it is ready to use.