Download Maximizer To Bring Fullscreen Functionality To All OS X Lion Applications!
With the introduction of Mac OS X Lion came the new feature Maximizer. Which is Mac OS X Lion’s new fullscreen functionality for certain applications (certain being the key word there). Maximizer does not bring fullscreen functionality to all applications however. This is why, well-known developer, Chpwn has created a tweak called Maximizer for Mac OS X Lion that will make all applications based off the cocoa framework have fullscreen functionality.
Chpwn comments that in order to use the Maximizer tweak you will need to install a 3rd party framework on your computer called SIMBL.
To use Maximizer, you have to install SIMBL and then put Mazimizer.bundle inside ~/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins (or in the same folder in /, if you want it globally available). I probably can’t help you get this installed; maybe read the SIMBL website if you get confused?
Right now the process for installing the Maximizer tweak on your computer is a little advanced for most people. Chpwn notes, however, that when Saurik is finish CydiaSubstrate for Mac OS X he will integrate Maximizer directly into Saurik’s framework and it will become much easier to install.
For more information on the Maximizer tweak, and for a download link, we recommend you go to Chpwn’s website by clicking here.
Note: Maximizer beta software, and likely has compatibility issues with many apps. Expect bugs.