Re: AS 1.6.6 / Netscape bug?

Albert Dorofeev
Tue, 2 Feb 1999 11:59:25 +0100 (CET)


I just thought of something. You could try to comment out
the line in your feel file (don't forget to reload it):

# Windows can't chose where to place

I am not clear if this has the desired effect though.

Graeme Bunyan writes:
> On Mon, 1 Feb 1999, Brad wrote:
> | > Is it possible to run
> | > netscape (v4.05 btw) and maximize it in one command/file instead of having
> | > to manually click on the button when it appears?
> | 
> | I dunno about that, but netscape does accept the -geometry parameters, why not
> | just give it the parameters for the size you want it?
> This is where it all goes terribly, terribly wrong - if the geometry
> parameters are passed, it accepts the size okay but the actual positioning
> doesn't seem to take unless it is started with the -iconic parameter.  For
> example, if I start it up using 
> netscape4 -geometry 1084x796+0+0 &
> it appears at +20+41 (or something equally odd - don't know why).  If I
> start it using
> netscape4 -iconic -geometry 1084x796+0+0 &
> it starts up iconic, and when I de-iconify it appears at +0+0 as it
> should.  I have been reliably informed by one of the system admin people
> that this is a bug with netscape4.05.  Guess I'll just have to maximize it
> manually, then :(

Albert Dorofeev
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