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Topic: «Tiling Stretch + Snap To Grid » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 9164
 
Nicholas Dudfield
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Posted: 30.04.2009 11:13:48
 
 
I'd like to be able to shift right click on a window edge and have it `stretch` as far as possible without overlapping another window. Expand to surrounds basically. A `Tiling Stretch`

Also I'd like a `snap to grid` key to make accurate manual resizing of windows quicker/easier.

It would good be have a quick resize/stretch key like the quick settings but was only focused on resize/stretch.  When enabled it would automatically shift mouse cursor to center of dialog.  

Instead of having two sets of 9 buttons, just use hot-key modifiers.

Less mouse movement = quicker.



 
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Nicholas Dudfield
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Posted: 30.04.2009 11:15:34
 
 
quick resize/stretch key like the quick settings but was "only focused on resize/stretch. "


What I mean (very late at night and stupid) was

*align*/stretch not resize/stretch
 
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Tatiana Jack
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Posted: 05.05.2009 02:01:29
 
 
Thank you, Nicholas!

We'll take your wishes into account creating a new version.

Best regards!

E-mail: support@actualtools.com
 
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Ray Wollek
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Posted: 12.09.2009 15:14:10
 
 
I agree a snap to grid and snap to desktop sides would be useful
 
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Alexey Fadeyev
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Posted: 13.09.2009 23:42:06
 
 
Ray, thank you for your opinion. Glad to announce that the window snapping service will be extended in the next version 5.5: we plan to implement the snapping of mouse-dragged window to desktop/monitor borders, to borders of other windows and, possibly, to the grid with customizable cell size. Everyone will be able to test this service in one of upcoming beta versions.
 
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Nicholas Dudfield
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Posted: 18.09.2009 08:11:54
 
 
That sounds great! Looking forward to tiling features!
 
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