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ScITE startup window size

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msmith11

I would like to control the Windows 7 ScITE window size at program startup. I have tried adding this so far with various settings for all four parameters:

ScITE Options -> Open User Options File.

## Scite start position and size

position.left=100

position.top=100

position.width=1000

position.height=600

I save the file, close and reopen ScITE but the ScITE window opens full screen regardless of the four settings above. What am I missing?

Thanks

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Melba23

msmith11,

I imagine you have the position.maximize option set in the Global Options file. Try adding:

position.maximize=0

to your User Options file to override it. :graduated:

M23


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