Choose smaller default size on small screens
Submitted by bil..@..un.com
If the terminal can't achieve its default size of 80x24, on startup it tries to get as big as possible. So far so good....
but unfortunately it does this by "maximizing" itself, which sucks since it then can't be resized until the terminal window is "restored".
This pretty much always happens (seems to be a new 'feature' tho) when large fonts are used, which is why I include the 'accessibility' keyword.
However I see it with 11 point terminal fonts on my 800x600 laptop with GNOME HEAD, which seems like something that is a fairly mainstream case.
Resolution: RESOLVED FIXED