Loc: Lancaster PA USA
Here's something I don't get, and would be interested in hearing anyone else's experience in this regard:<br><br>Normally I keep my monitor resolution at 1280 × 960.<br><br>But, I'll switch it to 800 × 600 when I play LittleWing's Jinni-Zeala pinball game.<br><br>When I switch back to 1280 × 960, the desktop returns to normal, and I expect that some apps won't return to their pre-resolution change positioning. Mostly, I understand what's going on, and why; Photoshop ends up looking like the following screen grab, the same as most every other app I can think of off the top of my head which behaves the same way. Normally, the palettes down the middle are anchored to the right side of my monitor. After switching back it looks like this... Also, there are some palettes (Character/Paragraph; Info) that are underneath the Layers/Channels/Paths palette:<br><br><img src=http://home.comcast.net/~phoz/bbs/psresize.jpg><br><br>This is easy to fix, because I've saved a Workspace Layout that returns all the palettes to right where I want them.<br><br>Now, when it comes to GarageBand, it stays shrunken as well...but, unlike most apps, the window remains up in the top-right corner of the monitor. Sometimes, the top-right corner of the GB window is positioned above and to the right of the right upper corner of the main menu bar. Thankfully, I can grab the side of the GB window and pull it down.<br><br><img src=http://home.comcast.net/~phoz/bbs/gbresize.jpg><br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
Back then, Giz, one of the only AppleScripts I had and used regularly was one which would ditch my Photoshop prefs just to get back to default palette placement. <br><br>Yup...it sucked arse, fer sure!<br><br>
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