Sonos app resizes itself instead of remembering my settings


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Every time I launch Sonos on Windows 10 with an ultrawide monitor, it defaults to a massive size taking up 85% of the screen. I resize it to a much more reasonable size taking up about 15% of the screen, but next time it opens, it defaults back to the massive size. Previous versions remembered the size I set. This should too. This is very frustrating.
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Best answer by Airgetlam 12 October 2018, 18:13

Ryan has indeed indicated that they're looking at it, in another thread about the same topic.

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kip9,

I believe this is a reported known issue and hopefully Sonos will go onto fix the matter in one of their future updates.
Ryan has indeed indicated that they're looking at it, in another thread about the same topic.
Any update? Super annoying regression from past correct behavior...
Looking forward to a fix
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Ryan S wrote:

Hi guys, the team is looking into this one. Thanks for the report!


Yesterday Sonos released a new software version 10.0 but it didn't solve the problem. The app still doesn't remember the window location nor its size. It's been 3 months now.
beynym wrote:

Ryan S wrote:

Hi guys, the team is looking into this one. Thanks for the report!


Yesterday Sonos released a new software version 10.0 but it didn't solve the problem. The app still doesn't remember the window location nor its size. It's been 3 months now.

Meanwhile, until a fix is found, you could perhaps set the Windows shortcut properties that launches the Controller App to maximise the window to 'full screen' on startup, if that suits your purpose. Otherwise you may have to wait a little longer.

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