Position the window. Maximize it. Exit. Start LO again. Restore the window.
No, I don’t.
1. I positioned the window.
2. I then maximized it.
3. I then exited the program. (Why someone would position a window, maximize, and then exit is
beyond me, but that’s beside the point.)
4. I started LO. (It came up maximized, just as it was when I exited.)
5. I clicked to restore the window. It returned to the precise state it was in after I applied step
1 above, and before I maximized it in step 2.
No bug. It works fine.
I’m running LO 4.0.5 on a Sony Vaio with Win7.
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