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how to start far in Windows10 with maximized window ?

Post by krcma.cz » Mon 17 Jun, 2019 10:44

hi, anyone can help please, in windows 7 i set the options in terminal window, in win 10 this does not work :/

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Post by Xerox » Thu 31 Oct, 2019 17:17

Probably you may create shortcut with the command something like this:

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cmd.exe /c start /MAX "(whatever title, means nothing)"  "%programfiles%\far Manager\far.exe"
it should not care about is it terminal or not, just open it full screen (=MAXimized)

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Post by AmeliaR » Mon 09 Dec, 2019 15:29

Hi,
use the shortcut: Alt-F9 - maximize window.

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Post by HaRT » Mon 09 Dec, 2019 16:50

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Post by Xerox » Mon 09 Dec, 2019 17:15

citRiks wrote:
Mon 09 Dec, 2019 16:30
In practice, is this part of the (whatever title, means nothing) expression used somehow differently from the dummy?
In practice, if the opened (started) application is console-based, it really will get the title to it''s console.
With graphic windowed UI however, probably it still somewhere around, but not visible,
so doesnot really matter.
But you need to put it anyway, at least to prevent some bad end cases, just put empty string as in here:

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cmd.exe /c start /MAX ""  "%programfiles%\far Manager\far.exe"
this is not offtopic!
because the discussion is about,
will FAR get the defined title, as indesirable effect, or not?
FAR being console application, chances are it will accept the given title,
but fortunately, FAR override it upon started with own title.

and now look at this example:

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cmd.exe /c start /MAX "(HOLY GOD?!)" "cmd.exe"
Awe Maria, it accepts the title!
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Post by citRiks » Mon 09 Dec, 2019 19:29

Xerox wrote:
Mon 09 Dec, 2019 17:15
it accepts the title
From the second time. Those. You need to start the console from the console again.

Thanks. Clear.

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Post by Xerox » Fri 13 Dec, 2019 19:56

Just for reference, actually the most convenient for the most people way:

(should be the same on the windows 7 and 10 as well, isn't?)
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