delete the figure header ?

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Max Müller
Max Müller on 4 Sep 2014
Answered: Eran Bernstein on 19 Oct 2021
Hey Guys, me again. Is it possible to delete the header of a figure. by header I mean the area where the name of the figure and the cross the close the figure are. I just want a empty figure....without anything. I use 'MenuBar', 'None' to delete the menuBar but its not empty enough.
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Max Müller
Max Müller on 4 Sep 2014
if u type in the command window:
figure('MenuBar', 'None')
you will get an empty figure. But it still has the minimize button, the maximize button and the close button in the top right corner. Also it show the name next to these buttons. Now i want all of it to disappear.

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Adam
Adam on 4 Sep 2014
I don't think you can have a figure without the title bar. It's pretty much a common part of any application window in Windows, nevermind just a Matlab figure.
You can get rid of the default figure number with:
figure('MenuBar', 'None', 'NumberTitle', 'off')
but you still get the title bar with minimize, maximize etc.
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Max Müller
Max Müller on 4 Sep 2014
meh...ok...thanks

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Eran Bernstein
Eran Bernstein on 19 Oct 2021
Got the same problem and fixed it by editing 'WindowState' to fullscreen after removing the menu bar. It's does a similar effect to pressing F11 in Chrome and other programs and pressing 'Esc' afterwards exits fullscreen mode and reverts 'WidowState' back to normal.
fig = figure('MenuBar','none');
fig.WindowState = 'fullscreen';

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