OS X V10.7 Lion :: Get A Window Size % In Textedit?

Mar 23, 2012

My textedit window on my MBP has no size % in the bottom right. It's too small to be useable. How do I get the size % in the window? It's there on my iMac.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How To Force Mail To Keep Same Window Size

Apr 12, 2012

I've got a very annoying issue with Mail 5.2 (1257).I customized the main application window so that it would only take a small amount of screen space. My problem now, is that every time I close Mail and open it again, it looks like much larger. So I have to rescale the window every time I open Mail, which is quite frustrating.How to force Mail to keep the same window size?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How To Get HD Size To Show Up In Finder Window

Apr 18, 2012

Disk size used to show at the bottom of the finder window in Leopard. Can't seem to make that appear in Lions.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Why Will Finder Not Remember The Window Size That Set It To

Jun 13, 2012

Every time I open finder I have to drag it out to the size I want it. It will not remember the size I put it at. How do I get it to remember. MBA Mid-2011 with Lion installed 10.7.4. 

If I restart it its back to a real small size again and with a 11" MBA that is small.

MacBook Air (11-INCH, MID 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4), Finder issues

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OS X :: TextEdit Not Opening At Last Position And Size?

Feb 16, 2010

I have a rather silly query. With most windows, they open in the last position and size that they were closed. This general behaviour appears to hold true for most applications, whether system preferences, native applications, or third party applications. However, I have noted - to my great frustration - that TextEdit does not conform to this behaviour. Instead, it chooses to open in a specific place and size each time, regardless of what I do. Anything I can do to fix this.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Change The Size Of The Force Quit Window?

May 13, 2012

When I open the force quit window, it fills my entire screen, and it is larger than the screen of the TFT monitor that I am using from time to time. How can I change its size back to original? The window is not resizable by dragging its border or clicking the green plus button in the title bar.  

I don't know how the window got this size in the first place. All I know is that it happened during a crash where I closed a lot of other windows and where I accidentially clicked the green plus button of the force quit window instead of the red x.

Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X :: Enlarge The Type Or Change The Size On TextEdit

Aug 11, 2010

When you open TextEdit and you type in it how do you enlarge the type or change the size of the type to smaller or larger?

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OS X :: Finder Won't Display Folder Size In Size Column Or Info Window?

Feb 5, 2010

Normally, the Finder window will display a folder's size in the Size column. However, I have one folder which shows as "Zero KB" in the Size column. When I open the General Info window, the Size reads as "Zero KB on disk (Zero bytes) for 0 items."

In order to get the folder size I have to go into the folder, select all folders, then with either the Summary Info or Inspector window, it'll show the folder size ("185.32 GB on disk").

Why is this occurring in only this folder? Is it because it's a large folder?

I'm running Snow Lep 10.6.2. The folder is on an external drive in FAT32 format.

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OS X :: Using Cover Flow Window Size?

Nov 15, 2007

i like to have my movies, pictures, downloads and documents folders always open in cover flow with the cover flow window at a certain size. whenever i go back to the finder after a login or reboot the cover flow window size always goes back to the default which is tiny. this is even after ive tried to keep it at a particular size and selected always open in cover flow in view options. i was hoping 10.5.1 would fix this. does this happen to anyone else? does anyone know how to keep cover flow windows at a certain size? heres a few pics to explain what i mean.

the first picture is how big i want to cover flow window to look. the second picture is how the cover flow window always seems to want to go back to. the third picture is the view options of that finder window

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OS X :: How To Expand Size Of Window Application

Nov 8, 2008

For some reason when I open ITunes the screen size is real small. How do I expand it?

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OS X :: Finder Does Not Keep Default Window Size

Sep 28, 2009

Recently, Finder windows have not been keeping there default size. For example, I have to extend the Finder window size every time when opening the Finder.

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Intel Mac :: Window Size In Safari

Jun 7, 2012

Is it possible to set a default window size when launching Safari and/or opening new windows in Safari?

iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X :: Won't Change Default Finder Window Size

Feb 22, 2007

How can I change the default window size of the Finder window? When I expland the box, finish doing my business and close it and then reopen a new finder window (after restarting my computer for example the window goes back to the original size). Other windows like safari, mail etc...they all remember the size i left them as but I Finder can't seem to do it Is there a way to fix this problem?

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OS X :: Won't Work With Default Finder Window Size

Mar 24, 2008

I've been searching Google for a solution to this - I like all my Finder windows to be the same size, no matter what folder it is. Keeps everything looking universal. Nothing annoys me more than having to keep resizing bloody windows, because the default size has horizontal and vertical scroll bars! I like my Finder window to accommodate 5 folders horizontally.

I've been looking into Terminal commands to see if there is anything in there that would allow me to change the default dimensions, but found nothing.

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Applications :: MS Office For Mac And Window Size And Position

Jan 9, 2009

I'm a mac newbie and I installed Office for Mac '08 today. I don't see an option to have Office remember the window size and position. So every time I open Word, Powerpoint, etc they open so that they take up 60% of the screen. How can I have the programs remember the size and position of the window?

Late '08 MBP.

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OS X :: How To Change Finder Default Window Size

Mar 12, 2009

I was wondering how do I set my finder window to open up in the same place on my screen and the same size every time? I have gone through all the settings, but every time I close finder and open it up again, it is back to the same default that I want to change?

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OS X :: Won't Set Default Window Size / Can't Find Options

Jun 26, 2009

I have a 17" MBP. (2009) How do I set the default size of all the windows? Every time I open a program a rather small window with minuscule fonts opens, so I would like to set some kind default to make it easier on my old eyes.

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MacBook Pro :: Won't Increase Screen Window Size

Aug 1, 2009

On my MBP, when I bring up an application or connect to the internet the window is much smaller than my actual screen size even when I click on the + to make it bigger. How do I increase it's size to fit the screen?

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OS X :: Wont Reduce ITunes Window Size

Oct 20, 2009

I have a Macbook Pro 13" I also have an apple TV which I want to control from the laptop.

If I can get to the bottom of the window then I can select "multiple speakers" and control the Apple TV.

When I drag the window as high as possible I still con not get to the bottom of the ITunes window.

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OS X :: Unable To Set Finder Window To Default Size

Apr 1, 2010

Anyone know how to set Finder Window to default size ? I tried looking and cannot find anything about it.

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OS X :: Safari Wont Remember Window Size

Jun 23, 2010

i have a 27" iMac and when i use Safari i usually increase everything 2 times ( hit command + twice ) for each page.

Well Safari doesn't seem to remember my settings and each time i visit a new page or the same page, i have to Command + twice each and overtime.

Is there a way to set it to automatically increase it x2 for everything? or atlas save the settings for that page?

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Applications :: Won't Find Safari Setting Window Size

May 30, 2008

Since I have been using Safari, it's windows open to the maximum size of the screen. Recently it has begun to open in at a small size. Is there anyway to save how large the window is when the program is launched, or a new window is opened?

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Applications :: Unable To Change Window Size / After Opened

Dec 18, 2009

I use a third party app., MacStock Manager. I have to resize the window every time it is opened and wonder if I'm stuck with this situation? This is the only time a window is not the same size as when it was closed. Using a new iMac with Snow Leopard.

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Applications :: Won't Work With Safari Window Size Button

Dec 23, 2009

I'd like to set up Safari so that when I click the green "Maximize" button on the top left, the Safari window goes to a certain size and when I click it again, it goes to another size. Is there any way to do this? I've never really seen a use for Safari's green button as it doesn't really do anything that I can see.

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Software :: Won't Work With Window Size After Attaching To Gmail

Aug 11, 2008

I've recently been having trouble attaching files when using gmail. When I compose a message and I try to attach a file, the window that opens up is too big. It's difficult to click the "Okay" or "Cancel" buttons because they're off the screen. I can't seem to find a way to resize the window (the usual way of resizing by pulling the corner doesn't work).

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ITunes For Mac :: Takes Up Whole Screen / How To Reduce Window Size

Dec 10, 2014

The newest version of iTunes is taking up my whole screen but I can no longer find the little red/green buttons to make it smaller. I can't even minimize it with Command-M. I tried a force quit and restart of iTunes, but same thing.  

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Safari :: Popup Window To Large - Make It Normal Size?

Mar 17, 2012

When I click to add an image for example to Craigslist the window that pops up is huge why is this? How do I make it normal size?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Cannot Edit TextEdit

Apr 9, 2012

TextEdit will not let me write to my own Read and Write document. When I try to make a selection by dragging my curser, I get a graphic line within a yellow square.

TextEdit, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: TextEdit Saving Without Asking?

Jun 4, 2012

My computer is set up with a network drive that does not allow for the new feature "versions" to function properly. I guess at some point a window popped up and asked if I wanted to save anyway and I clicked the "do not show message again" and cancel. Well it has remembered my choice to not show this message again but now it just permanently overwrites and saves text files when I close them without even hesitating. So 10 minutes ago I had a very important file open and accidentally modified it, I was done with the file but did not want to save it so instead of undoing I just closed the file. This new system has completely overwritten the file with this new version and when I reopen it there are no undo options or previous versions available to restore. How do I turn this stupid feature off?

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Mac Mini :: Preview Window Takes Up Whole Screen Want Original Size Back

May 6, 2012

preview window takes up the entire screen. What did I do and how can I get the origianl size back?

Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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