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Hey everyone!


Both Photo (1.6.6) and Designer (1.6.0) don't start in full screen on macOS 10.13.2, even though they have been quit in full screen mode before.

In El Capitan, both applications would remember this state.


Best wishes,


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Hi shushustorm,

I believe this is Sierra/High Sierra behaviour - Safari exhibits the same behaviour. However if you go to System Preferences > General and untick 'Close windows when quitting an application' it should do what you want. :)

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Hey Sean P!

Thanks for your suggestion! The issue doesn't show up when changing the setting you suggested! Unfortunately, I don't want to save the state of open documents when quitting an application, which seems to be tied to saving full screen mode, though. It does seem like a behaviour depending on OS settings. So I will try to find solutions to this on the OS side.



Right now, I don't know if there is a shortcut for macOS to maximize the current window. If so, this is at least less work than using the virtual UI.

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