Is there a way to increase the default size of a program window when I open it?
There are a few programs that I use frequently and they open so small.
Others open much larger or even full screen.
Terminal is the main one but, Stacer is another tool that I use pretty often that opens in a tiny window right in the middle of my screen.
I did a web search for this and all I can find is stuff about screen resolution. I may be searching for the wrong thing.
Any help is appreciated.
Most programs have in their preferences something to change size of window.
Most programs change size to and from full screen with a left click on te upper toolbar.
Terminal right click on upper toolbar and resize. (drop down menu.)
I figured out Terminal. I do use the click at the top to maximize but it would be nice to have windows open larger than a small little box in the center of the screen by default without having to click to make them larger.
Since we use Work spaces I wouldn’t mind if everything opened maximized.
It might just be a stupid complaint but I was curious if there was a way to make larger windows the default rather than having to manually resize them every time I open them.
It would even be nice if I could manually resize everything and when I closed and opened them the next time they were that size again.
Bug is tracked here
There’s a gnome extension here in the interim.
That bug is the opposite of what I am talking about.
That extension does exactly what I want it to do though so I’m going to use this.
@shanetalkstech would be nice to tag this conversation as solved.