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I'm not sure what you mean by that...
Do you mean if resizing a program or changing desktop for it, will affect how the program looks the next time it's started?
If so, the answer is no.
It's possible to change attributes (size/postition/dekstop whatever) and the next time you start the program it will return to it's 'saved state'.
Attributes will be remembered as the windows looks when you tell Fluxbox to remember it.
You can choose which attributes you want to remember so you don't have to remember them all.
For some programs I only want size to be remembered.
For others I want size/position/desktop to be remebered or why not sticky state/tabstate.
There is also an option called 'Save settings on close' which I believe would give you the behaviour you were asking about. (don't know since I don't want that...)