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Standardizing window sizes

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by kaleolani65, Sep 29, 2003.

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  1. kaleolani65

    kaleolani65 Thread Starter

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    Run Win 98

    Everytime I "open in new window" it is not maximized.
    How can i set it to be?

    When I browse into my computer each folder has a different sized window, some are viewed as web pages, some not. I know I set my computer to open new folder in new window does that have something to do with it? I want them all maximized seen as web pages and all info listed w/details.

    Anybody got some suggestions?
     
  2. buddhafabio

    buddhafabio

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    what works for me is to open one windows right click a link.

    adjust size of second window browser

    close first

    then close second
     
  3. kaleolani65

    kaleolani65 Thread Starter

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    Cool I'll give it a shot.
     
  4. CastleHeart

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    Open a window and drag it to the size you want. Hold CTRL and X out . That will set the RESTORE window size.

    Then open it again. MAXIMIZE it. The hold CTRL and close.

    It should then open MAXIMIZED and hitting RESTORE should change it to the size you selected.


    - Castleheart ;)

    (and if I am not mistaken ... holding down the SHIFT key does the same thing)
     
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