Having the slide on the second monitor be full-screen is great. But full-screen presenter console means you can't access the taskbar or start button to run or switch to other programs. Disabling presenter console isn't a good option, since the edit view doesn't track the slide being shown on the second monitor.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start a slide show
1. First slide shows full-screen on seconds monitor
2. Presenter Console shows full-screen on main monitor, hiding task bar, start button, and another other open applications
DESIRED result is a way to have Presenter Console not be full-screen.
Actually, I don't see any reason for Presenter Console to EVER be full-screen. Maximized or window is fine, and is how PowerPoint works.
User Profile Reset: No
At least these three users have asked how to do this:
I guess it's possible, so tentatively New.
I am also interesed in this.
This bug seems to be the same as this one: bug 62414 or bug 95258 and is probably a duplicate of bug 33495, which originally requested only the minimizing capability of the presenter console.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 33495 ***