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|0003031||ardour||bugs||public||2010-02-14 08:58||2012-04-25 00:02|
|Summary||0003031: Ardour cannot start maximized|
|Description||Generally, programs remember if you maximize them or not, but Ardour always starts as a window. When I'm doing a lot of work across sessions, it gets annoying having to maximize the window every time. I believe that Ardour's behavior should mimic other programs and stay maximized, or at least provide a config option.|
|Additional Information||attached a screenshot.|
I do a lot of dragging of the right side panel, and it's difficult when the window is not maximized.
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||i am having the same issue with A3 rev 9901: Ardour does not remember it's maximized state, but starts pretty close to maximized, but not actually maximized.|
as of rev 11343, a3 should now be able to do this.
one minor "glitch" is that if you start maximized, then unmaximize it, you will get back to regular "maximize-by-the-window-manager", not the size it was last time you started, before you maximized.
with SVN 11592, A3 seems to remember the last window size for any size *except* truly maximized. have tried this w/ a new session as well as existing ones. after opening a session, maximizing, closing and reopening, the window is again "maximized" in size, but not actually maximized.
using GNOME 2.32.1.
|2010-02-14 08:58||Chauncellor||New Issue|
|2010-02-14 08:58||Chauncellor||File Added: Screenshot.png|
|2010-04-12 20:40||cth103||Tag Attached: fixed in A3|
|2010-04-12 21:15||cth103||Tag Detached: fixed in A3|
|2011-07-19 15:24||in0giro||Note Added: 0011164|
|2011-07-19 15:34||cth103||cost||=> 0.00|
|2011-07-19 15:34||cth103||Target Version||=> 3.0-beta1|
|2011-10-22 21:52||cth103||Target Version||3.0-beta1 => 3.0|
|2012-01-25 03:10||paul||Note Added: 0012655|
|2012-01-25 03:10||paul||Status||new => feedback|
|2012-03-06 01:09||in0giro||Note Added: 0012869|
|2012-04-25 00:02||cth103||Status||feedback => acknowledged|