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Re: [opensuse] What is the name ?
  • From: Erik Jakobsen <eja@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2006 20:31:04 +0100
  • Message-id: <457F0378.9090409@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Don Raboud wrote:
> On Monday 11 December 2006 00:27, Erik Jakobsen wrote:
>
>> The Xterm is still not fixed. I can get xterm to get maximized, but
>> after it has been closed and opened again it has the same little window.
>>
>> What I have tried is the options mentioned under the 6 options:
>>
>> Do not affect
>> Apply initial
>> Remember
>> Force
>> Apply now
>> Force temporarily
>>
>> I have for instance choosen the "Force" after having set the wanted
>> figures. After I clicked on "OK", and the xterm got maximized.
>>
>> Then I closed the xterm, and restarted it where the old little xterm
>> screen reappeared.
>>
>> I looked back in the setting area, and could see, that "Force" still was
>> active, even the little screen was active.
>>
>> It seems like the manually settings are not saved even I clicked on "OK"
>> after having set the wanted figures.
>>
>> What the heck can be the reason ?
>>
>
> Any luck with this?
>
> For what it is worth, xterm is obeying the manual settings here. Since you
> have tried many things, maybe there are some conflicts.
>
> Try opening xterm, in the title bar select "configure window behavior" and
> then pick "Window-Specific Settings". If you see a bunch of entries for"
> Application setting for xterm" get rid of them all.
>
> Then try once again Advanced -> Special Application Settings and set
>
> Maximize Horizontally - Apply Initially - and check the last checkbox
> (these are just what I selected as a test case)
>
> Close xterm. Next time xterm is run it is maximized horizontally here.
>
> Hope this helps.
>
>
>
Thannks, will give it a try tomorrow. Tired after a visit at the dentist
;-)
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