If you play Roblox on your Mac and want to come out of the full-screen mode for the game, then you can press "Command + F" to come out of the full screen mode.
Command ⌘ + F
You can use this keyboard shortcut to toggle in and out of full screen mode.
Alternatively, you can move your cursor to the top of your Macbook (or other Monitors if on iMac/Mac Mini/Mac Studio) and you should see the application buttons. Press the green button to minimize your Game window.
Escape (esc) button will have no effect!
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