On Win10, if I have the window resized and moved to a corner of my screen, I close the program, and reopen it, the program ends up full screen again. Is it possible for hamrs to remember where the window was and its size?
that’s something that would be wonderful for all of the versions. My interest would be for the mac version, but I also will be running this on a raspberry pi, and it would be great to have it remember (if that’s even possible)
I’m pretty sure I can do this. I know I can persist window size across sessions, I’ll look into placement.
Great! Thanks! I’m guessing there’s OS-specific nonsense that needs to be looked into.
Oh, yes there is! lol
Be careful with this. Say you’re on a laptop and close it while the laptop is connected to a second screen, dual screen setup or an ultrawide screen. You take that laptop elsewhere and try to launch the program with just the built-in screen, you’ll find the program has rendered off-screen somewhere. It’s usually recoverable by the user, if they have experience with the issue, but still a pain.
You’ll want to either include a canvas size detection at start-up to see if it’s different than when it was closed, or include a safe mode that checks for the Shift key being held at launch.
Sounds like a reasonable precaution. I’m sure the programs I’ve used that didn’t get stuck offscreen have some mechanism like you’re describing.
Yes, this feature would be helpful to me. I am running the program on a headless Raspberry Pi 3B and the screen I use to VNC into the Pi is a 10" Samsung tablet and it is difficult to resize the screen and use other programs like fldigi, WSJT-X and JS8CALL.