Occasionally we encounter apps that do not resize well under certain circumstances, we provide a description here so you can understand what is happening if you encounter one of these problems.
If you have encountered any problems which occur only on specific Apps and do not see them listed here please report it to us via support so that we can amend this document and investigate the issue.
Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 (resize problems in old versions only)
Adobe's older apps appear to use their own windowing system and do not correct try implement the accessibility features Mosaic must rely on to resize the window. As such older versions do not resize correctly when Layouts are applied, and instead the window is only moved. Please note that the most recent versions of Adobe products work beautifully with Mosaic. The apps in the Adobe Creative Cloud 2017 work well with Mosaic and have no known issues.
Mail (issue resizing to very small sizes with mailbox list displayed)
The Mail app supplied by Apple exhibits slightly unusual behaviour if you attempt to apply a Layout which is not very wide with the "Show Mailbox List" option enabled.
In this case Mail prevents Mosaic resizing the window below the minimum width it requires for the mailbox list, however if you manually drag the edge of the window afterwards Mail will auto hide the mailbox list and allow the window to be resized smaller. Mosaic is unable to tap into this functionality.
Terminal is unique in that the window is restricted to resizing in 'character' increments rather than pixel increments. So horizontally, the window can only resize by the width of a character, and vertically, the window can only resize by the height of a character. This means you may experience a warning stating some edges did not match the layout after applying because the window size does not fall on these character based sizing restrictions.
This is a Terminal emulator and has the same 'character-based' restrictions as Terminal (Above).