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I'm on 20.04. In the settings of dash to dock I've set the icons to small. When I'm in the settings the dock is fine, but when I close the settings it resizes to the default size (big) and stays like that until I have opened the Settings or GNOME Extensions again.

I reinstalled my Ubuntu because I wasn't able to fix this stupid extension and it behaves the same again!

This is how I want it all the time. It's only like this when I'm in the Extensions option:
This is how i want it all the time! Its only like this when im in the extensions option!!!!!

How it resizes automatically when Settings / Extensions is not open:
How it resizes automatically when settings / extensions is not open

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The issue is because your Icons are not a fixed size, the bar will auto resize to make the Icons fit when a new window is opened.

If you don't have it installed, install gnome-tweaks

sudo apt install gnome-tweaks

Then bring up the tweaks control panel and select the Extensions tab. Then select the gear on the right of the Dash to Dock to bring up the settings.

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Then turn on the "Fixed icon size" at the bottom. That should prevent the bar from auto resizing.

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