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Topic: «[SOLVED] Windows not adjustable » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 8200
 
Morpheus
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Posted: 19.04.2007 05:46:24
 
 
Hello

great program. I miss only one option.
I'm searching for an option to make windows immovable/not adjustable.
The "Restrict placement" is no option because i must always adjust it again wenn i want the window "Stick" at another position.

Hope you understand, i'm from Germany and my English isn't so good.

 
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Michael Rezvanov
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Posted: 19.04.2007 07:09:55
 
 
Hello Morpheus,

I guess you can try such options as Align window relatevely to the desktop or Resize window at startup.
If I failed to answer your question, please specify it.  
 
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Morpheus
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Posted: 19.04.2007 08:42:10
 
 
Hello Michael

Thanks for your answer. I try to Specify it.

I want to "pin" a window that i can't move it with the Titlebar.
I use serveral drawing programs (e.g. CorelDraw).
in the hecticness at work i often move the "Iconboxes" unintentionally.
This Problem can be solved with "Restrict placement" but when i work on antoher projekt or someone work with my computer the boxes must rearranged. it woult be nice to have a icon at the titlebar to set the curent position as the "Restrict placement" area.
 
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Alexey Fadeyev
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Posted: 19.04.2007 10:19:38
 
 
Morpheus,

In the latest version of Actual Window Manager (or Actual Window Guard) there is a feature to remove standard window controls. So you might remove the captions from required windows - and you'll never move them accidentally. In case you need to restore the movement functionality you can temporarily suspend AWM, arrange your windows as required and resume AWM again.

Hope this could help.
 
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Morpheus
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Posted: 20.04.2007 02:21:21
 
 
Hello

Thanks, this works good :)


 
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