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#51 2012-06-26 12:37:59

aleksandre
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From: Maracanaú, CE/Brazil
Registered: 2011-12-14
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Re: Hot corners and aero'esque window snapping

I'm having problems with the hot corners. Sometimes along with gmrun appears a shadow rectangle in the upper left corner. And that shadow just disappears if I restart my session. Must be something with the composite.
As for the cb-AeroSnap he is not presenting the expected result; cb-aerosnap hasn't some basic session management, so hitting the keybind twice will don't return the window to its original position. At least for me. I'm using the x64 Waldorf.

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#52 2012-08-12 21:43:44

poldebi
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Registered: 2012-08-12
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Re: Hot corners and aero'esque window snapping

Didn't install the script. Using waldorf it should be working out of the box, should it?

Hot corner is working perfectly for me (x64 ATI OSS). Aero-snapping doesn't seem to work, just switching the workspace.

Dunno if I'm on the wrong track but should window maximize by touching the top work? Would love to have this feature, thought it would'nt be possible with openbox.

respects smile

Last edited by poldebi (2012-08-12 21:45:39)

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#53 2012-08-12 21:58:45

safetycopy
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Re: Hot corners and aero'esque window snapping

poldebi wrote:

Aero-snapping doesn't seem to work, just switching the workspace.

Are you doing it the right way? For me, WIN+ALT+LEFT or RIGHT snaps the selected window. The script doesn't support, as far as I'm aware, dragging a window to either side of the desktop.


i wonder if i missed the warning
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#54 2012-08-14 20:16:48

poldebi
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Re: Hot corners and aero'esque window snapping

Thanks for quick reply. smile

It was my fail. You're right.

Anyway: Any solution for dragging the window on the top to maximize it out there? It's really useful in a dual-monitor setup IMHO.

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#55 2012-08-28 01:44:11

Steerpike
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Re: Hot corners and aero'esque window snapping

(wrong thread. moving post)

Last edited by Steerpike (2012-08-28 01:45:13)

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#56 2013-01-18 10:17:10

lawl
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Registered: 2013-01-18
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Re: Hot corners and aero'esque window snapping

I've been working on a tool that does aero window snapping for openbox, you might want to give it a shot: https://github.com/lawl/opensnap

@poldebi this was the main reason i started working on opensnap ;-)

Opensnap by default has the following bindings:
drag window to top: Maximize
left: vertical maximize, use left half of screen
right: vertical maximize, use right half of screen
bottom: close window

Last edited by lawl (2013-01-18 10:25:36)

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