SeaMonkey 107 'state'

Any idea what could/would cause SeaMonkey to sometimes not remember its 
window size and open in  the upper corner as a very small 'restore down' 
(winxp) window? This has happened when MailWasher Pro would open the 
Mail/Messenger.
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As I ask this, I recall that a few of the dialog windows, (in ver 107; I 
apologize that I can not recall specifically, which windows right now), 
are not resizeable and cut off some of the buttons in the dialog window. 
I had not seen this before in earlier SeaMonkey; just, hoping this was 
known bug and would be corrected in a future version.
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Mike
1/13/2007 2:24:07 PM
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Mike Grieff wrote:
> Any idea what could/would cause SeaMonkey to sometimes not remember its 
> window size and open in  the upper corner as a very small 'restore down' 
> (winxp) window? This has happened when MailWasher Pro would open the 
> Mail/Messenger.
> -
> As I ask this, I recall that a few of the dialog windows, (in ver 107; I 
> apologize that I can not recall specifically, which windows right now), 
> are not resizeable and cut off some of the buttons in the dialog window. 
> I had not seen this before in earlier SeaMonkey; just, hoping this was 
> known bug and would be corrected in a future version.
close the program, then using your file manager locate the file 
localstore.rdf in your SM profile, and delete it.  Now restart SM, reset 
all your settings, close SM and reopen it.  Does it work now?

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Peter
1/13/2007 6:56:26 PM
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> Mike Grieff wrote:
>> Any idea what could/would cause SeaMonkey to sometimes not remember 
>> its window size and open in  the upper corner as a very small 'restore 
>> down' (winxp) window? This has happened when MailWasher Pro would open 
>> the Mail/Messenger.
>> -
>> As I ask this, I recall that a few of the dialog windows, (in ver 107; 
>> I apologize that I can not recall specifically, which windows right 
>> now), are not resizeable and cut off some of the buttons in the dialog 
>> window. I had not seen this before in earlier SeaMonkey; just, hoping 
>> this was known bug and would be corrected in a future version.
> close the program, then using your file manager locate the file 
> localstore.rdf in your SM profile, and delete it.  Now restart SM, reset 
> all your settings, close SM and reopen it.  Does it work now?
> 
Yes, localstore.rdf was the culprit, thanks. Odd it would suddenly, 
change without my input.
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Mike
1/14/2007 5:46:34 AM
Mike Grieff wrote:
> Yes, localstore.rdf was the culprit, thanks. Odd it would suddenly, 
> change without my input.

no it didn't change, it just became corrupted instead.

-- 
Peter Potamus & His Magic Flying Balloon:
http://www.toonopedia.com/potamus.htm
http://www.bcdb.com/cartoon/46347-Peter_Potamus_Show.html
http://www.toonarific.com/show.php?s_search=Potamus&Button_Update=Search&show_id=2778

Please do not email me for help.  Reply to the newsgroup only.  Thanks
0
Peter
1/14/2007 7:53:24 PM
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