For the life of me, I do not know why many of these “resize-your-window” widgets do not size to 70% or so, as 50% on a 1920 x 1200 does not allow most websites to render fully in the horizontal.
I am forever frustrated by different applications opening windows in different default sizes, etc. I realize that programs like System Preferences are not resizable, but there are other programs that simply open at less than maximum vertical, when they could. And I also realize that some of these programs open in the location where they were last closed, etc.
But I don’t care about any of that.
What I am looking to set up is a macro that, for ANY app, forces every new window to open in the same location on the main screen, even if it is a new window from a currently running app (e.g., command-N in Chrome).
- as large as possible vertically on my main monitor.
- 70% width
- left side of the monitor.
- I do not want want the window slightly offset from the previous one, simply and exactly placed in the same place every time.
The fact that this type of window-opening behavior might not be suitable for certain applications I will deal with later.
Anyway, I would appreciate any guidance on how this might be accomplished.