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- Fri, Feb 8, 11:26 AM (2 w, 1 d)
Sun, Feb 10
The default Blender window state on Windows is clunky and for a beginner user it feels that it requires polishing. I think the window should be maximized by default on Windows.
Sat, Feb 9
Add new command line argument (-m) to allow starting Blender maximized. Use the argument for Blender shortcuts on Windows.
@Sebastian Parborg (zeddb) a command line arg that let you maximize at startup seems reasonable in that case. That arg could be then used by the Windows installer so the Blender shortcut starts Belnder maximized on Windows.
Do not maximize window if window geometry override has been specified. Also set the default window state of wm_init_state to maximized.
Fri, Feb 8
The reason for this is: UI/floats: Reduce our UI_PRECISION_FLOAT_MAX by one to avoid most rounding issues.
This does not work for me (i.e. the main window does not start maximized) on Windows 10 (10.0.17134) with the default Blender factory settings.