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    How to change the size of Firefox when it opens


    It used to be that when I opened Firefox it would open maximized. But I must have closed it less than maximized because now it always opens less than maximized. I want it to open maximized.

    If someone out there could tell me how to change the size that Firefox opens up I'd sure appreciate it.

    I have FC-5 and use KDE.

    Thanks,

    royeo

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    Cool Just inform you...

    Hi, i just want to inform you that the browser on Linux are not the same with windows, if we using the I.E browser we can choose from the properties right??in Linux we can`t do that. So to solved your problrm is : when you opened the browser go to the bottom corner window browser and if your mouse changed into black arrow (not the unusual pointer) drag it to maximize. I wish next time you opened firefox browser it can automatically maximize.

    JG!!

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    hi royeo !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by royeo
    If someone out there could tell me how to change the size that Firefox opens up I'd sure appreciate it.
    you can change FireFox window's behavior or "any window's " behavior from

    Control Center --> Desktop ---> Windows Specific Settings
    Select FireFox and change its behavior... Modify --> Geometry..

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