Can't you just set NSWindow.frameAutosaveName? Or does NSDocument get in the way of that?
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On Jul 31, 2019, at 10:09 PM, Steve Mills via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Doc and window restoration is great when relaunching the app, but I also want each document's window to open to their last frame when the user opens documents. I can not find the right place to make that happen. I supposed I'll need to subclass the window controller or window? What I thought would work was to grab the saved restoration data (which I saved in the document by calling -encodeRestorableStateWithCoder: and specifically adding the window frame with a custom key in -window:willEncodeRestorableState:), feed the data to an NSKeyedUnarchiver, and pass that to -restoreStateWithCoder: from my document subclass' -windowControllerDidLoadNib: method. But that appears to do nothing. It doesn't even get around to calling the document's -window:didDecodeRestorableState: override.