What's New in Actual Window Manager 8.13 Beta 2

[!] Important
[+] New
[-] Fixed error
[*] Changes


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Actual Window Manager 8.13 beta 2 (31.07.2018)
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[!] Sometimes apps might hang/crash after unloading Actual Window Manager.

[*] File Folders: Now the Recent Folders list is updated more accurately and
    consistently.

[-] File Folders: Sometimes empty entries might appear in the Recent Folders
    list.

[-] Actual Taskbar, Windows 7+: Control buttons in preview thumbnails were
    not scaled correctly in high DPI resolutions.

[-] Actual Taskbar, Windows 10: Control buttons in preview thumbnails looked
    differently than in the system taskbar.

[-] Drag to Scroll, Windows x64: The feature didn't work for 32-bit
    applications unless its activation mouse button was set to "left".

[-] Easy Window Dragging/Sizing, Windows x64: The feature didn't work for
    32-bit applications.

[-] Easy Window Dragging/Sizing, Windows 10: The feature didn't work for
    UWP applications (e.g. Settings, Skype, Store, Xbox, Calculator, etc.).

[-] Easy Window Dragging/Sizing: The feature didn't work for Chromium-based
    applications (e.g. Google Chrome and Vivaldi web browsers, Slack desktop
    client, Microsoft Teams desktop client, etc.).

[-] Title Buttons: Detecting free place for extra buttons stopped working in
    Google Chrome in high DPI resolutions since its version 67.

[-] Move to Monitor: After moving a maximized Google Chrome window to a monitor
    with a different DPI resolution, the window got beyond the visible desktop
    area.

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Actual Window Manager 8.13 beta 1 (06.06.2018)
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[!] Windows x64: The overall workload on a system has been reduced
    significantly, especially on multi-core CPUs.

[+] Windows Layout: Automatic keeping and restoration of current window layout
    per desktop configuration has been finally implemented.

    It works as follows: each 5 seconds Actual Window Manager stores
    the placements of currently open windows. When the desktop configuration
    (or desktop geometry) changes (you plug/unplug a monitor, put a laptop
    into a docking station, change a monitor's position/resolution, etc.),
    it checks if there is stored information for the new desktop configuration,
    and if there is then it applies the kept placement info to all open windows,
    scattering them as they were. In other words, the window layout is restored
    when you return to some already known desktop configuration.

    See the options to control this new feature in the "Layout and Snap -
    Windows Layout" panel.

[-] Title Buttons: Extra buttons did not react on right clicks in Foxit Reader.

[-] Save Idle Screens: Numerous fixes in the automatic mode:

    - idle screen saver did not start on a primary monitor in Windows 10 if
      Actual Window Manager was installed with the support of system utilities
      and administrative tools

    - idle screen saver stopped if the Desktop itself was activated

    - idle screen saver did not restart after closing it because of moving
      the mouse

    - the feature ignored mouse movements on monitors with no active window

[-] Minimize-to-screen: Permanent floating screen icons intercepted the input
    focus when clicked (i.e. became an active foreground window) and "ate" fast
    second clicks if the single click activation mode was enabled.