Bug #11058

GUI/Tray Icon: Window position of JD strange when using Tray Icon's option "Start minimized"

Added by Think3r almost 7 years ago. Updated about 5 years ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:01/18/2014
Priority:HighDue date:
Assignee:coalado% Done:

100%

Category:Addon
Target version:020 - Next Release 2.0
Resolution:

Description

ORIGINAL:
Maximize JD, exit it, restart JD. Now JD will be in the position shown on the screenshot (at least on my system W7x64, can anyone confirm this bug?)
See screenshot: http://www7.pic-upload.de/18.01.14/nll9b666nb8b.png

UPDATE 1(4.2.2014):
Probably a bug in Tray Icon addon. Window state before closing JD does not (!) matter:
-activate "Start minimized" in Tray Icon addon
-close JD
-start JD
-window position will be like shown above.
My settings:

UPDATE 2(6.3.2014):
I made some tests:

  • If you hide the taskbar and launch JD, then JD will take up that space, too. It still won't fit properly, though.
  • If you launch JD while there is a 2nd monitor connected, JD will take up a smaller space than it will when there is only one monitor. In fact, it will take up a space of exactly 1920x1054 px.
  • If you launch JD while there is NO 2nd monitor connected, JD will take up a bigger space than it will when there is a 2nd monitor connected. In fact, it will take up a space of exactly 1930x1090 px.
    (I measured this using "PixelWindow". Launched JD, connected 2nd monitor from the right, measured, connected 2nd monitor from the bottom, measured; and vice-versa to ensure, that the window size stays the same as it changes with the monitor configuration.)
  • While testing, I found out that JD will always remember the position before the last monitor configuration change [disconnect or reposition monitor]. Even after launching minimized, it stays the same as long as you don't change it's window state. At least, until you decide to maximize it, again. Once done, the window bug (1930x1090 px) will appear with the next minimized start, again.

UPDATE 3(12.3.2014):
Confirmed by psp.

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