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In D12252#247719 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D12252#247719>, @sharvey wrote: > I thought about that. I figured there wasn't any harm in letting the user resize the window even if it wouldn't be saved. User-chosen window sizes should //always// be saved. The only alternative is to make the window non-resizable in the first place. Do we want to go with the standard routine of saving the window geometry and restoring it the next time the user launches the application? I can work that in, maybe with a `firstLaunch` boolean flag that only triggers the manual setting of the window size on the very first run. The window still won't get smaller than `minimumSize`, but if someone wants to enlarge it, we could save that size and restore it in the future. All of this is already implemented and works as expected if you simply remove the `resize()` call. What needs to be done is to specify the default size without always calling `resize()`. Either that, or enforce 1024x700 as the minimum. REPOSITORY R124 System Settings REVISION DETAIL https://phabricator.kde.org/D12252 To: sharvey, ngraham, mart Cc: zzag, plasma-devel, ragreen, Pitel, ZrenBot, lesliezhai, ali-mohamed, jensreuterberg, abetts, sebas, apol, mart