Bug 1821884 Comment 5 Edit History

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(In reply to Daniel Veditz [:dveditz] from comment #4)
> doesn't seem to try to go to fullscreen. 

This sounds weird, I do see page go to fullscreen on Mac.
(Note that you would need to press Enter key on `google.com` button to trigger fullscreen request, clicking the button does nothing)

> From the video it would depend on where the user last used a file picker, wouldn't it? I think the OS remembers where you put it. Even in the video it doesn't cover it all that well.

Mac and Linux (Ubuntu) open the File picker at middle of the page every time, they do not remember the location, but size. It likely impact the user who has smaller screen or make the file picker pretty large.
Windows do remember the location and also the size for file picker, so yes, it would depend on where the user last used a file picker.
(In reply to Daniel Veditz [:dveditz] from comment #4)
> doesn't seem to try to go to fullscreen. 

This sounds weird, I do see page go to fullscreen on Mac.
(Note that you would need to press Enter key on `google.com` button to trigger fullscreen request, clicking the button does nothing)

> From the video it would depend on where the user last used a file picker, wouldn't it? I think the OS remembers where you put it. Even in the video it doesn't cover it all that well.

Mac and Linux (Ubuntu) open the File picker at middle of the screen/page every time, they do not remember the location, but size. It likely impact the user who has smaller screen or make the file picker pretty large.
Windows do remember the location and also the size for file picker, so yes, it would depend on where the user last used a file picker.

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