[Win 10] Resetting size of the window
On Windows 10, tested on Win 10 v1803, Adobe XD 14 (but also in previous versions), the size of the window resets to a certain size (coming from the "start/splash screen"). The size annoyingly also resets whenever an existing file gets opened. However, this size means that, e.g., the plugins submenu in the hamburger icon gets below the fold, which is annoying to me as a user and as a plugin developer regularly accessing this menu.
Since all other Windows applications I know remember their window size, I'm filing this as a bug (if it's intentional, please see this as a feature request). If it's not possible to keep the last window size, it would be good to at least increase the default size to a level where the menu doesn't get cut off anymore.
Simon Ferndriger commented
It would be nice if the initial start window (in Windows 10) would save its last size and restore it when it is started again. Or at least save it, when it was full expanded and do it again when started again.
Otherwise, the window is rather small and it is not possible to see all recent work files all at once.