Author terry.reedy
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Date 2021-05-27.22:25:34
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When I changed the title, I intended to broaden the issue beyond 'start maximized'.  Even for that, there are two possibilities. 1. Configure option (default as now).  2. Save 'current' position, which helps non-maximizers also.  So I am inclined to the latter with some definition of current.

If we add multiple panes, maximized will make more sense.

There is a subtle issue easy to not notice.  Scrolling is slightly different when the window height an integral number of lines, as it now is on startup, or pixels, as after resizing with zoom or mouse grab.  I believe 'lines' is enough better that I have considered snapping to 'lines' after changes.  Not now though.

The Settings dialog height is currently determined by the General tab.  It is already too high for some notebooks: on my macbook, I can barely click OK (with 'OK' not visible) *after* putting the app bar on the side rather than bottom.  We need to squeeze existing items rather than add another.
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