|Re: [Mac] Shell.getMaximized() always returning TRUE? [message #446203 is a reply to message #446191]
||Sat, 20 November 2004 00:30
| Benjamin Pasero
Registered: July 2009
Hm, well I played around with shell.setMaximized and shell.getMaximized|
on my Mac. It turns out, that once shell.setMaximized is called with
either TRUE or FALSE, that value remains, regardless how the Shell is
changed. I think that's ok, since on Mac, windows dont have something
like a "Maximize" button.
On the other hand, calling setMaximized(true) on a Shell maximizes the
Shell (I guess the size of the Shell is just set to the maximum value).
I feel ok with ignoring the maximized flag on a Shell on Mac. Maybe
Andre could comment on this issue.
> Sounds like a bug. Please enter a bug report.
> "Benjamin Pasero" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I wonder if this is a bug, or intentional behaviour, but when calling
>>Shell.getMaximized() on a Mac, I am always getting a "TRUE", regardless
>>of the state of the Shell (Maximized or not).
>>Is it because on Mac there is no real "Maximize Shell" button like on
>>Windows or Linux?
>>I did not find a comment about that in the JavaDoc.
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