Currently kendoWindow class publishes a "minimize" event but not the corresponding "restore" event, as far as I can tell. We need to catch the "restore" for our UI case, as follows: The default Minimize action leaves the window width unchanged, and collapses the height to 32 pixels. But we'd like to also shrink the minimized width, in order to further save space. It's easy to do that, via the minimize event, but then getting the original width back upon Restore is a problem - I can't find a straightforward way to do that, because the presence of the Restore button ("k-i-restore" class) is elusive - it isn't present at startup, nor is it found at the end of our custom "onMinimize" method. In the absence of the "restore" event, if anyone can suggest a straightforward way to accomplish the above, we would be grateful.