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Topic: «Quick Window Snapping » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 4763
 
Arthur Black
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Posted: 29.12.2010 06:38:59
 
 
The new quick window alignment and stretching shortcuts are extremely nice. It'd be really nice if there were quick window snapping, though, with the num keypad. This way you could quickly realign the windows as well as resizing them to fit the display without overlapping.

(Win) + (Crtl) + (Shift) + (Alt) +
-Num 7 snaps it to the top left 1/4 of the screen.
-Num 8 snaps it to the top 1/2 of the screen.
-Num 9 snaps it to the top right 1/4 of the screen.
-Num 4 snaps it to the left 1/2 of the screen.
-Num 5 snaps it to the entire screen.
-Num 6 snaps it to the right 1/2 of the screen.
-Num 1 snaps it to the bottom left 1/4 of the screen.
-Num 2 snaps it to the bottom 1/2 of the screen.
-Num 3 snaps it to the bottom right 1/4 of the screen.

And then make it so there's a way to disable the native Win + Right Arrow and Win + Left Arrow shortcuts, since they'd pretty much be useless.

This would be an extremely nice feature for multitasking since the current window snapping only allows to halve the screen, so if you're working on a project that requires more than four windows, it's an annoying feat to accomplish. This way, if you need four windows, you can do so, or if you need two windows, you can do that as well, in addition to being able to halve the screen both vertically and horizontally. The new alignment and stretching options are awesome, and this would be a great accompaniment for the two of them.

The 6.4 beta release is a great update, and I sincerely hope that this feature would be considered.

Thanks!

Running Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium
Actual Window Manager 7.1
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 01.02.2011 23:48:58
 
 
Hello Arthur,

Thanks for the interesting suggestion.

We'll consider your request.

Best regards.
 
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Arthur Black
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Posted: 03.02.2011 19:19:01
 
 
Thanks very much! ^^ I appreciate it.

Running Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium
Actual Window Manager 7.1
 
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