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[Win] "Maximized" setting is not restored #487

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lotharsm opened this issue Jan 2, 2017 · 2 comments
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[Win] "Maximized" setting is not restored #487

lotharsm opened this issue Jan 2, 2017 · 2 comments
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lotharsm commented Jan 2, 2017

First, let me thank you for creating mGBA!

I have an issue with the window size of mGBA running on Windows 10. When you maximize the window, close mGBA and start it again, the "maximized" setting seems to be not restored properly. The window seems to be maximized, but it isn't (you can maximize the window again).

Sometimes, the window is shifted upwards (like it's too big for the screen resolution) which make it hard to use the menu settings. You have to resize the window to make all menus accessible again.

I used mGBA 0.5.2, but the issue is also present in 0.5.1. I try to find a version that is not affected later today to check if it's a regression.

@endrift endrift added system:Windows port:Qt feature:usability severity:enhancement labels Jul 9, 2017
@endrift endrift added this to the 0.6.1 milestone Jul 9, 2017
@endrift endrift modified the milestones: mGBA 0.6.1, mGBA 0.6.2 Sep 30, 2017
@endrift endrift modified the milestones: mGBA 0.6.2, mGBA 0.7.0 Apr 14, 2018
@endrift endrift modified the milestones: mGBA 0.7.0, mGBA 0.7.1 Jan 26, 2019
@endrift endrift modified the milestones: mGBA 0.7.1, mGBA 0.7.2 Feb 25, 2019
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endrift commented May 1, 2019

I believe I fixed this in master. Can you recheck?

@endrift endrift added the blocked:needs retest label May 1, 2019
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lotharsm commented May 4, 2019

Unfortunately, I can still replicate with the current master.

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