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How to make windows remember their maximized state, after they are closed?

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 10:37 am
by Dinos_12345
Good afternoon and happy new year!

I'm loving the new 19.1 update but I have one issue. I want some windows like Discord, Spotify and chrome to open and remain maximized. I don't like that those windows spread as far as my screen's edges but are not in a maximized state. My hand is used to flicking to the top-right corner to close the window but the way it is now, it grabs the corner to resize it. Is there a way to make windows remember their state, even if they are closed?

Thanks :)

Re: How to make windows remember their maximized state, after they are closed?

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 10:44 am
by killer de bug
I have also observed that Firefox opens in a small window since the update to 19.1. I was wondering if it was an issue or just my system. I have my answer now. :?

Re: How to make windows remember their maximized state, after they are closed?

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 11:27 am
by Dinos_12345
killer de bug wrote:
Sun Jan 06, 2019 10:44 am
I have also observed that Firefox opens in a small window since the update to 19.1. I was wondering if it was an issue or just my system. I have my answer now. :?
Another thing that drove me nuts and I don't remember if it was like that in the previous version, is the charging battery indicator. If you have a red indicator, it should go white AND have the charging bolt icon, not stay red and only have the bolt. That made me look like an idiot in a cafe, trying to figure out if it was my charger or the socket, not delivering power to my laptop. It's not immediately apparent if it's charging or not.

Re: How to make windows remember their maximized state, after they are closed?

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 12:32 pm
by killer de bug
The indicator has always been like this. But this is not a cinnamon issue I think. Just the linux kernel and the battery management system that takes a long time to go out of the first %.