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Re: [opensuse] Size adjustment of window
Erik Jakobsen said the following on 11/22/2011 05:12 AM:
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On 11/21/2011 10:58 PM, Anton Aylward wrote:
Erik Jakobsen said the following on 11/21/2011 03:31 PM:
On 11/21/2011 07:20 PM, Anton Aylward wrote:
Erik Jakobsen said the following on 11/21/2011 12:24 PM:
My experience is, that the windows size/position are not remembered,
and this count for as many opensuse versions as I can think of.
Then you must have ... Oh, well I'm running KDE4 and it remembers pretty
near everything, the applications that were running, which virtual
desktop they were in, their size and position... Not content, that's up
to the application, so FF remembers but LibreOffice and acroread

What DM are you running?


Is DM a Download Manager or ?
"Dungeon Master"?

Sorry, I though we were talking about what's on your D-FOR-DISPLAY.

Yes, but in genral, that is if I open applications, and they only fills
1/4 of the
display.
How do I change this to fill the whole screen ?

/Erik

With KDE/Kwin, and I presume there is a similar mechanism for other DMs,

1. Open application.
maybe move it to virtual desktop of its own - that's what I do
2. Right click on the title bar
click on 'Advanced' then on either of the 'special' settings.
You will probably want 'application' rather than individual window.
3. The "Window matching" tab lets you set the application
On "size and posiution" tab you want it set to remember position
and size, full screen ... work you way though the settings.

I can't help you with Gnome or other DMs.

This should give you hints to experiment and investigate for yourself if
you are using some other DM.

If you want to get help and you're not using KDE you will have to tell
us what DM you *are* using, since there is no "in general" way that
ignores the DM you are using.

I'm not being snide or snarky; we need those details if we are to help you.

See Stallman's article on asking question.


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