Minimized Startup Option via Command-Line Parameter

WHAT DO YOU RECOMMEND

Enable application startup in a minimized state through the addition of a command-line parameter.


HOW COULD IT BE DONE

Introduce a command-line parameter, such as “–minimize” or “–start-minimized,” that, when provided during application launch, initiates the software in a minimized state. This enhancement would facilitate integration into Linux startup services, ensuring swift access without the need for manual minimization.


REAL WORLD USE CASES

Users frequently desire quick access to the application upon system startup without experiencing unnecessary delays. The proposed feature allows users to seamlessly incorporate the application into their Linux startup services, ensuring it automatically starts in a minimized state. This not only minimizes the time it takes to access the application but also enhances overall user convenience.


RECOMMENDED ALTERNATIVES

As a current workaround, users can manually minimize the application after launch. However, this involves an additional step. By implementing a command-line parameter for startup minimization, the process becomes more streamlined and user-friendly.


I second this. :+1: