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Does anyone know how to fix this stupid IE6 Bug?

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ashtray13    0

It's the bug in which u start IE and it isn't maximized fully, it's like a small window, anyonw know how to fix it

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JWise1203    1
Originally posted by ashtray13  

It's the bug in which u start IE and it isn't maximized fully, it's like a small window, anyonw know how to fix it

If anybody has a fix post please. This annoying problem has been in XP since beta 2!

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marineintel    0

just open up one window of IE, maximize it, close it, then reopen IE and that should leave it always maximized

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DgtlShdw    0

You could also delete the Window Placement registry key so that it resets when you restart IE. It's in:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftInternet ExplorerMain

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Chad    0

Thats not a bug. IE has always been that way....and i think any program or window. Whatever size you close it in, thats how it will open. So close it max and it will open max. Works fine for me

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DgtlShdw    0
Originally posted by superfula  

Thats not a bug.  IE has always been that way....and i think any program or window.  Whatever size you close it in, thats how it will open.  So close it max and it will open max.  Works fine for me

super: The issue he is talking about is completely different. The window is maximized, but is not filling the screen. It has nothing to do with remembering the window size/position.

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CommanderRomeo    0

This has been a problem forever :ermm: I just do it full screen and then file close it. It should save (I find it doesnt do that offten)

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lazydesert    0

using file>close instead of the X will save the window state

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