vertically maximized window is shown vertically AND horizontally maximized when starting the application again

Bug #1005859 reported by Lucas on 2012-05-29
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Bug Description

If you maximize any window vertically in Cinnamon and then close the application it should be shown vertically maximized when starting the application again. But in fact it is then maximized over the whole screen both vertically and horizontally.
This is annoying for applications that save their window geometry.

An example: If you have Opera only shown on 2/3 of the screen width and maximized horizontally and close it, you would not expect it covering the whole screen when starting Opera next time. But in Cinnamon it does.

Otherwise if you set Operas window to the same position and size, fitting 2/3 of the screen and filling it vertically not by using the "maximize vertically" command but by doing so with the mouse, it will always show up the same way...

Oskar Wallgren (oskar.wallgren) wrote :

What linux/version are you using?
What version of Cinnamon are you using?
(This info is available under the first tab of the System Monitor)

Changed in linuxmint:
status: New → Incomplete
Lucas (lucas-sichardt) wrote :

It is Linux Mint 13 (Maya) 64bit with "Gnome 3.4.1" - but in fact it is the Cinnamon edition.
cinnamon --version says it is version 1.4.0

Changed in linuxmint:
status: Incomplete → New
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