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Re: Gnome-Terminal Maximized on start



At 2:20 PM -0500 7/17/07, Mike Chambers wrote:
>I have a shortcut/icon for gnome-terminal on my task bar.  When it
>starts (and I am sure it does same thing starting it from the menu), it
>is minimized and I have to maximize it all the time.  Is there a command
>or option I can add to the properties of the icon to make it start
>maximized? (gnome-terminal is the binary name to start it)

Take a look at the shortcut's file, which should be one of the files in
~/.gnome2/panel2.d/default/lanchers/*.desktop, and see if perhaps there's
an entry in it to minimize the window.  The files seem to have rather
random names.  (If that's not the right location, do what I did to find my
launcher: `grep -r gnome-terminal ~/.[^.]*`.)  I made the launcher because
I wanted a larger window, so it sets a larger size window with the command
line "gnome-terminal --geometry 120x40", which might bypass that reported
bug in gnome-terminal.
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