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How can I get kubuntu to respect previous window sizes?
Every time I open Konsole, or any number of other programs, its y-size is 100% of my desktop, which is a pain. I have the setting "save size and position on exit" checked, and I tried unchecking it ...
Feb 11 '12 at 17:20
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