Very good, I may have not noticed exactly what was going on with it. Your post explains it very well, good job! You had no response from @Antoine ?
He will see it now for sure, hopefully a easy fix can be implemented.
I forget to mention the use of “see all”. Situation gets considerably worse by using Menubar: Window > Tile Window to left of screen. Now the screen goes black. This is solved by using mission control to start another desktop.
I had the same problem the other night. For my Mac I pushed the green button at the top of the page- just to see what would happen. Not only showed me all of what Qobuz albums for the artist but showed wnat was playing now as well. My cure.
I just signed up for Qobuz and I’m seeing this problem for the first time in Audirvana Studio on my macOS Monterey (12.2.1). I don’t know if it’s worth noting, but I have monitors physically stacked vertically. I don’t know if it’s seeing that thinking it has more vertical real-estate to work with, but it does make it taller than a single monitor. It really shouldn’t resize on its own, at all, though.