[SOLVED] right click and new window size

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pisces866

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Always same,not full screen as i want.I can`t find registry key to find again and to alter.........win 98 se.Affects ie an we......:(
 

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Hi and welcome. Are you speaking of Intenet Explorer Browser window not being full screen? If so, with only one window open, hit the middle button to expand it (upper right hand corner) then X it and close it, then reopen another one, it should open full.
 

pisces866

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A little wiser than that,is a registry key that has to be change,not only in ie but we does same............just annoys me.If a second ie window or any other is reduced.
 

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Never had to change a registry key for that ;)

on the second window, drag it to full screen, then close that one, and reopen another one.
 
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Are you talking about the size that the windows open up with?
(I think that may be poor english!)

Try this: Open up a window... say in IE. Drag it out to what you want - Hold Ctrl and click X to close it

Now open another window and it should default to that size. If you want it maximized upon opening - then do the same thing again - hit the MAXIMIZE button - Hold Ctrl and close it. I SHOULD open up MAXIMIZED !


- Castleheart :cool:
 

pisces866

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excellant,worked,but i did have to have to changed a registry key before,never heard of ctrl x to make windows remember window size,learn something new everyday.Mods can close this a solved thread.
 
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Great! (y)

Often it's the simplest little things I never heard of... that I enjoy learning the most! ]:D

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