Modal window – to save dialog sizes or not

Many program dialogs can be resized. Some programs will remember the new size of the dialog box after you resize it. The next time you open the same dialog, the new size will be used.

At the moment, the software I design for it doesn't, the dialogs don't remember its size. I've discussed it with a colleague, and his stance is that users often do this temporarily to show things that are cut off or just fall out of the dialog. I think resizing the dialog box is a deliberate act by the user who is not happy with the default dialog box size and should be remembered.

I wonder if there are guidelines on what the best course of action would be.

opengl – Is Windows window creation faster / more efficient than GLFW window creation?

It depends on

GLFW is just a wrapper around the Windows API calls. Regardless of whether you create a window with GLFW or one with the API, the same calls are ultimately executed.

However, a wrapper like GLFW is expected to be robust, check for errors, choose optimal formats, etc., which you may not do if you wrote the code yourself. So your own code can Be faster when creating a window, but it can more likely to do the wrong thing.

At this point, be sure to read the OpenGL Wiki Getting Started guide to understand the process of initializing OpenGL.

But what does it ultimately matter? Creating a window takes milliseconds at the start of your application. Once the window is created, OpenGL takes control, so it doesn't matter how it was created. All other factors are the same (pixel formats, hardware acceleration, etc.) and the performance of OpenGL in your program will be identical.

Lock a main Tkinter window in Python and let the X key run

I'm sorry if the question wasn't specific, but it's a little long and it's my first time to advise on programming problems.
I created a top level in Python with the Tkinter module and wanted to block the events in the main window while it was open. Googleando I found the "grab_set" method that takes me to the other end. That is, it blocks the events in the top bar of the window (close, maximize, and minimize). Is there anything similar to grab_set but without this happening?

Alternatively, I can block all entries and buttons, but I know of no way to unlink or relink. Is there a way?

Thank you very much

Catalina – How do I open the profile management window every time I open Chrome?

Chrome allows multiple people to use Chrome on the same computer, with each profile having its own custom bookmarks, settings, and accounts. By default, Chrome opens with the profile that was used when the browser was last opened.

I don't want that to happen. I want to see this screen when I start Chrome

Chrome profile selection

It's easy on Windows and Linux

How do I do this on my Mac?

macos – Quick link to open a link in a private window or tab in Safari

Is there a shortcut + click in macOS Safari so that I can open a link in a private window when I click? I just want to hold down a key (or key combination) and then click and be done without using the context menu,

Note: I. do not means holding down the ⌥ (Option / Alt) key and selecting it Open Link in New Private Window from the context menu (as answered in this question).

If it is not available by default in macOS, how can I build this solution using automator or terminal commands (e.g. maybe even use it)? defaults write ...)?