screen settings when opening When Studio 2015
Thread poster: Eileen Cartoon

Eileen Cartoon  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:22
Italian to English
Jan 22, 2016

I have a large screen and when I open Studio I expand it so I can see more text at a time.

With Studio 2014 once I arranged my desired screen views, next time I opened it was already in that position. I never had to change it again.

I just switched to Studio 2015 and can't find how to get it to stay put. Every time I open I get the shrunken screen view. It isn't a terrible problem but there must be a way to make it stay for the future. All the other positions (Term Regonition, Termbase viewer, concordance) have reamained exactly where I put time. The only problem is the size of the window in general.

Any ideas how to get it to stick?
Thanks
Eileen


 

Ben Senior  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:22
German to English
Change shortcut settings Jan 22, 2016

Hi Eileen,

Go to the short-cut from which you start Studio and right click it. Then go to the Shortcut tab and in select "maximised". If you have more than one short-cut you will have to adjust all of them.

Ben


 


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