Description of problem:
gpk-application always starts maximised, no matter what.
When I double click the window title bar, it gets shrunk to a minimum and has to be enlarged a bit so that I can actually use it.
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Run it from Gnome menu.
If I close it and it's not maximised I think it shouldn't start maximised
It should if you've got a "small" screen. Else it's pretty much unusable.
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PackageKit non-maximised 1280x800
As you can see in the screenshot, windowed PackageKit in this resolution is perfectly usable.
Besides, no other app in Gnome that I know of starts maximised if it was closed while non-maximised. This breaks consistency in user experience and is dishearting.
If someone wants to have an application starting maximised, then such person would just close it maximised, wouldn't he? Why force it upon users?
I understand that you might want it start maximised on the first run, but why force it upon users no matter what?
Created attachment 358133 [details]
gpk-application unmaximised after running
That's what I get when I double click the title bar each time after gpk-application starts forcibly maximised. Now, _this_ is unusable.
Please at least reconsider it for Fedora 12, since its Nodoka theme seems to have smaller widgets (esp. buttons) and now it is even more usable.