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Resizing the window won't save

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uT 3.5 Build 43580 (Stable, 32bits)

uT tends to start with a window much bigger than normal normally. However, when i resize it to a more compacted size, then File->Exit to supposedly save the last edited window size for the next time.

However, most of the times, be it a PC reboot, be it something else, the window recovers the huge undesired size back, undoing user customization.

Any possible fixes for this?

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1 hour ago, DV2 said:

Any possible fixes for this?

This has been an ongoing problem for years.

I resize the interface to the edges of the screen, then maximize. Sometimes even coming out of sleep mode (rather the a reboot), I can click the middle (restore) button, and the screen has maximized well outside the screen size. I have to drag uT's interface via the top "bar" and resize it all over again.

Definitely a niggling bug who's fix is well overdue. But let's not hold our breath waiting...

Edited by mike20021969

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