Standard Window Part Click
Standard window parts include the following visual elements: title bar, border, Minimize/Maximize/Help/Close title buttons, menu icon. All of them have their default purpose: title bar can be used to drag window (left click and drag) or to call window menu (right click), border can be used to resize window (left click and drag), etc. Note that particular window may not have some parts, for example, standard dialog windows can't be resized and don't have Minimize/Maximize buttons.
The Standard Window Part Click trigger allows you assigning an additional functionality for some rarely used window parts getting your windows more interactive and convenient. This functionality depends on what part exactly is clicked and in what way (left-click, right-click, left-click plus key combination). Currently only three events are available to extend: border right-click, the Maximize button right-click and the Close button right-click.
The Border Right-Click event allows the execution of the following actions:
- Stretch - quickly stretches window towards the corresponding desktop edge or corner. Right-clicking the same border part again restores window size back.
- Align - quickly aligns clicked window's edge/corner to the corresponding desktop's edge/corner, if the Ctrl key is pressed.
The Maximize Button Right-Click event allows the execution of the following actions:
- Maximize to Desktop - if you use more than one monitor to display your desktop this will expand your window to all visible screen space. Right-click this button again restores window size back.
The Close Button Right-Click event allows the execution of the following actions:
- Close - this is an alternative way to close a window: when the left-click is blocked or assigned to make the minimization - the right-click does the job.