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Topic: «[DONE] New way to identify windows » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 7702
 
Oliver Nelson
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Posted: 02.10.2006 20:19:30
 
 
It would be useful to be able to create a rule for all windows that have the DS_CENTER style.  I have a desktop of 3200x1200 stretched over two 1600x1200 monitors (NOT dual monitors in windows, just one big display).  Many windows come up split between each display due to using DS_CENTER.  I want to use AWM to put all windows that center themselves to some other spot on the screen.  I can get partly there by doing a rule for window class #32770, but that doesn't catch everything and in fact catches things that I don't want also requiring additional rules with higher priority to override this rule...
 
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Alexey Fadeyev
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Posted: 04.10.2006 09:35:20
 
 
Oliver, thanks for the really interesting suggestion! We'll certainly consider it soon, and I'll notify you about the final decision on this matter.
 
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Tobiel Sayre
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Posted: 06.10.2006 02:19:47
 
 
 :) Love this input! Btw I found #32270 to turn up as class for MANY windows I treat but I almost ALWAYS try to exclude that class because ticking the class made OTHER things work the way I DIDN´T want.

Luckily though as you seem to imply yourself subsettings can do a LOT for you in that class, potentially

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Alexey Fadeyev
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Posted: 16.12.2006 05:40:10
 
 
Finally the requested feature was implemented in the 4.3 version of Actual Tools: it's named "Reposition splitted windows".
 
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