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Hi to everybody,

I'm running Mozilla on a RedHat Enterprise with GNOME and the xserver is in a remote computer with Cygwin.

The size of the window is tiny, almost the same of the gnome-terminal. I'd like to change the Mozilla window properties. I've looked in the preferences menu in mozilla but the window size does not appear.

Do anybody knows which file or which menu contains these porperties?

Thanks a lot.

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Hi to everybody,

I'm running Mozilla on a RedHat Enterprise with GNOME and the xserver is in a remote computer with Cygwin.

The size of the window is tiny, almost the same of the gnome-terminal. I'd like to change the Mozilla window properties. I've looked in the preferences menu in mozilla but the window size does not appear.

Do anybody knows which file or which menu contains these porperties?

Thanks a lot.

hi, if you look in ~/.mozilla/default/blah.sit/localstore.rdf

there should be a section that resembles the following:

<RDF:Description RDF:about="chrome://navigator/content/navigator.xul#main-window"
                   sizemode="normal"
                   width="767"
                   height="400"
                   screenX="5"
                   screenY="52" />

if you change the width and height values in there it should do the trick

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