On Thu, 28 Jun 2007 11:42:24 -0400, The New Guy <replytogroup@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Using Opera 9.21 build 3678 on latest OS X 10.4.9.
I want to experiment with changing some settings with TextEdit.
I looked in:
Users/Me/Library/Preferences/Opera Preferences/Opera 9 Preferences.
Under [Windows], Browser Window and I tried to change the height. It
sort of worked (my screen res is 1280 x 1024). But it kept on going
back to the original. I didn't have Opera open when I was editing it
of course. The setting's normal value is:
I changed it to 0,22,1276,1202,2 and that did increase the height,
sort of, then I tried 1302 instead of 1202 and that didn't seem to
make much of a difference. There was a space at the bottom though.
It almost looked like it just raised the height of the window somewhat
which doesn't help.
Anybody that knows what the 0, 22, and 2 numbers control, please reply!
I want to try to set Full Screen as the default window size. Also, it
would be great to be able to get rid of the grey bar with the
red/yellow/green buttons on it. But perhaps that is controlled by
Apple since it seems to be in all Programs.
The values you mentioned probably are the pixel positions of two window
corners in relation to the upper left corner (0,0). So 0,22,1276,1002
0 left, 22 down for the upper left corner
1276 left, 1002 down for the lower right corner
Since the shape of the window is rectangular, only 2 positions are needed.
The 2 I can't identify. It may indicate a window size mode: minimized,
maximized, regular, collapsed to the dock, docked to a side, etc. It might
also indicate a multiple document or a single document interface. But I
don't know for sure so it might be for something else.
One reason for the window not obeying your size setting could be that
Opera's window automatically is shown at its max. It might not be Opera
doing this: it might be the MacOS.
Using Opera, Version 9.10, Build 8679
Platform Win32, System Windows XP