[digikam] [Bug 374783] New: Window location is not restored correctly after restart

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[digikam] [Bug 374783] New: Window location is not restored correctly after restart

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            Bug ID: 374783
           Summary: Window location is not restored correctly after
                    restart
           Product: digikam
           Version: 5.4.0
          Platform: MS Windows
                OS: MS Windows
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: Usability
          Assignee: [hidden email]
          Reporter: [hidden email]
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Created attachment 103294
  --> https://bugs.kde.org/attachment.cgi?id=103294&action=edit
Screenshots of window positions before and after restart

After resizing and repositioning the main window, when digiKam is restarted,
the window size is remembered correctly, but the window position is wrong.

Attached screenshots show:
   WindowLoc1.png = window position before Exit
   WindowLoc2.png = window position after restart

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--- Comment #1 from [hidden email] ---
If I understand 'the problem' correctly, you want the window to be opened at
the left side of the screen, right? If yes, then you can change the position
where on the screen should windows be placed. Go to System settings >Window
management >Window behavior >Advanced and in <Placement> choose the position.
"Zero-Cornered" will open all windows on the left upper side of the screen.

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--- Comment #2 from Bill Goodman <[hidden email]> ---
(In reply to devnul from comment #1)
> If I understand 'the problem' correctly, you want the window to be opened at
> the left side of the screen, right? If yes, then you can change the position
> where on the screen should windows be placed. Go to System settings >Window
> management >Window behavior >Advanced and in <Placement> choose the
> position. "Zero-Cornered" will open all windows on the left upper side of
> the screen.

I'm assuming you didn't notice this is for Windows. It is the application's
responsibility to place the window correctly.

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--- Comment #3 from [hidden email] ---
(In reply to Bill Goodman from comment #2)

> I'm assuming you didn't notice this is for Windows. It is the application's
> responsibility to place the window correctly.

You are right, I didn't notice it was 'Windows', too similar (there are some
themes that makes plasma desktop look like Windows...). Never mind sorry.

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--- Comment #4 from [hidden email] ---
This problem is reproducible with current 5.6.0 pre release installer for
Windows ?

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzeiVr-byqt5Y0tIRWVWelRJenM

Gilles Caulier

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--- Comment #5 from Bill Goodman <[hidden email]> ---
(In reply to caulier.gilles from comment #4)
> This problem is reproducible with current 5.6.0 pre release installer for
> Windows ?
>
> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzeiVr-byqt5Y0tIRWVWelRJenM

I just installed the 5.6.0 pre release and tested on Windows 7. The behavior is
the same.

On launch, the size of the window is remembered correctly, but the position of
the upper left corner seems to always be the same. In my case, on a 1980x1200
screen the upper left corner is always placed at [x=630, y=315].

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