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  1. #11
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    Re: "Aero Snap" in openbox

    On a general note. This isn't "aero snapping". It's called tiling, manual at that.

    Suggestion to the original poster: Use percents for your values, and you should get a configuration that'll work on any size screen.

    I may eventually publish my own setup if I ever get around to it, but for now you can read more on this at:

    http://urukrama.wordpress.com/2011/1...ng-in-openbox/
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...6&postcount=18
    http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/to...manual-tiling/
    http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/post/58722/#p58722
    http://urukrama.wordpress.com/2011/1...ng-in-openbox/

  2. #12
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    Re: "Aero Snap" in openbox

    Hello,
    it's been quite a while but i'm really interested in what you said about programs remembering their last size and position.
    How can you get those variables in order to use them ?

    ty

    Quote Originally Posted by kyruz View Post
    I have a laptop with 1920x1200 screen resolution and I use "window tiling" in openbox alot.

    Programs remember their last size and position....

    Ctrl, Windows, Alt+Arrow keys and Alt+Tab is your friend.

    Code:
    #  WINDOWTILING
    
        <!-- Window pseudotiling -->
        <keybind key="W-Left">		# HalfLeftScreen	
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>0</x>
            <y>0</y>
            <width>955</width>
            <height>1150</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="W-Right">		# HalfRightScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>-0</x>
            <y>0</y>
            <width>955</width>
            <height>1150</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="W-Up">		                # HalfUpperScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>0</x>
            <y>0</y>
            <width>1920</width>
            <height>555</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="W-Down">		# HalfLowerScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>0</x>
            <y>-0</y>
            <width>1920</width>
            <height>555</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="C-Left">		# QuartLowerLeftScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>0</x>
            <y>-0</y>
            <width>955</width>
            <height>560</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="C-Down">		# QuartLowerRightScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>-0</x>
            <y>-0</y>
            <width>955</width>
            <height>560</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="C-Up">		                # QuartUpperLeftScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>0</x>
            <y>0</y>
            <width>955</width>
            <height>560</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="C-Right">		# QuartUpperRightScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>-0</x>
            <y>0</y>
            <width>955</width>
            <height>560s</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="A-Right">		# FullScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>center</x>
            <y>center</y>
            <width>1920</width>
            <height>1150</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
        <keybind key="A-Left">		                 # MiddelScreen
          <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/>
          <action name="MoveResizeTo">
            <x>center</x>
            <y>center</y>
            <width>1280</width>
            <height>1150</height>
          </action>
        </keybind>
    /y

  3. #13
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    Re: "Aero Snap" in openbox

    There's a tool that brings actual aero snapping to openbox. So that the windows tile if you drag them to the edge of the screen. Check out opensnap
    Full disclosure: Shameless advertisment, I wrote it.

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