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Old 07-04-2010, 06:33 AM   #1
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Question Is there any universal option to start any window in Gnome maximized?

To start any GUI program maximized (if it can be maximized).
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No, afraid not. At least not without add-ons of some kind to do the job. There are plugins for Compiz and other stand alone programs, but you have to do all the configuring yourself.
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It would be nice of Gnome developers to make such a feature...


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