Any way to disable move maximized windows?
imnotb at gmail.com
Mon May 8 13:38:41 UTC 2006
I think he meant that you can resize a Maximized windows, which I too find
On 07/05/06, email.listen at googlemail.com <email.listen at googlemail.com>
> Am Sun, 7. May 2006 01:18 schrieb S.W.B.:
> > Hello,
> > My biggest complaint about XFCE (actually xfwm4) is that it allows you
> > to move maximized windows.
> You are talking about moving a maximised window by pressing
> Or did I miss you here?
> BTW. You may drag a maximized window with
> > All day long I find myself going to scroll a window from a scrollbar on
> > right side, and I end up grabbing the window border instead and resizing
> > window.
> > It is exquisitely irritating. To the best of my knowledge, there's no
> > to disable this, whereas in Gnome and KDE and Windows, it's not allowed
> > default.
> What is not allowed? Resizing a maximized window?
> > That's the way it should be. Yes, there are mousewheels, but
> > many people running Xubuntu have old hardware, and old laptops, with no
> > mousewheels.
> You tried the (<Ctrl>)<Up>, (<Ctrl>)<Down>; (<Ctrl>)<PgUp>,
> > This is such an irritating problem, that it almost justifies hacking the
> > xfwm4 code to fix it.
> I would asume you only run into a 'dont know the right way to do this'
> Hope I don't misunderstand your problem here.
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