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The Snapping Windows plugin provides basic functionality to stick the edges of windows and screen to each other with some degree of force. Use this if you want to be able to snap your windows to other windows or screen edges, but have disabled the Wobbly plugin.
Using Snapping Windows
- Snapping windows is on by default when enabled, just move a window to another window or screen edge and it will attract and stick until you have moved it far enough.
To avoid a window snapping to another, hold down <Shift> while moving the window.
Snap Type Here you can define what types of snapping are available
Checking Edge Resistance makes windows snap to edges and you must move the mouse further before they un-snap
Checking Edge Attraction makes windows snap to edges as you get close to them
Edges allows you to define what is an edge
Checking Screen Edges makes windows snap to the edges of your screen
Checking Window Edges makes windows snap to the edges of other windows
The value Edge Resistance Distance defines how many pixels space you must move your mouse before the window un-snaps
The value Edge Attraction Distance defines how many pixels space windows must be next to each other before they snap.
Plugins/Snap (last edited 2008-04-22 10:51:03 by pool-70-104-171-193)