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[pgAdmin III] #45: Saving window maximize state

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Subject: [pgAdmin III] #45: Saving window maximize state
Date: 2009-08-18 21:21:40
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#45: Saving window maximize state
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 Reporter:  David Schnur  |       Owner:  dpage  
     Type:  bug           |      Status:  new    
 Priority:  minor         |   Milestone:  1.10.1 
Component:  pgadmin       |     Version:  1.8    
 Keywords:                |    Platform:  windows
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 Almost all Windows applications remember the maximize state of their
 windows the next time they start up.  I've noticed that this is not true
 for pgAdmin; by default it always starts up non-maximized.  Changing the
 shortcut's properties to force maximization works for the main window, but
 new query windows are still non-maximized.

 This is a minor issue, but saving the maximize state is a very widely-
 accepted convention.  Windows users are accustomed to closing a maximized
 window by moving the mouse to the upper-right corner of the screen.  A
 window, i.e. a new query window, that always starts up non-maximized can
 be irritating, because the usual gesture to close it ends up closing the
 application behind it instead.

 Using version 1.10.0 (also present in 1.8.4) on Windows XP Pro SP3

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