I am looking at my Startup options but I am not seeing a way to always have my two listers show the same directories each time Directory Opus starts. Is there a way that I can configure it to do this?
Under Windows 10, I am finding that it is impossible to have application Windows restore size and location. Microsoft broke this for reasons unknown. I found a utility called ZMover that solves this issue for me. However, it looks for specific window titles. The current active directory becomes the window title, so I want this same directory to always open.
Are you restarting Opus (e.g. File > Exit Directory Opus, or rebooting)? Or are you just closing the window(s) and opening new ones later?
If it's the latter, Opus continues to run in the background by default, and there are separate configuration options for what happens when you launch the program (usually used to control what happens after a reboot) and when you open a new window with the program already running.
When starting in up in the morning I only have to start my PC, go get a cup of coffee and when I'm back all my apps are started and all windows are in the right place and stay there for the rest of the day.
With Windows 10, Microsoft made a decision to not restore windows how a user positioned them after closing them. Regardless of what changes you make to disable auto windows positioning, windows will never be restored how you position them. This was one of my many frustrating features introduced with Windows 10.
ZMover basically brings back what was available in versions of Windows before Windows 8.
Actually, I'm trying to think of a Microsoft application that doesn't save their position when I exit. I can't. For one work-related website, I have to use Internet Explorer and it opens where I positioned it last. Same with Outlook (in non-maximized view), Excel, Word, Power BI.