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Resize windows that is "maximized" to a "split"

tpk
1 discussion post
It seems that re-size is disabled for a window "maximized" on a split.

There seems to be a nice "bug" on UWP apps that would allow me to still resize after maximize.

Please have an option to have resizable windows regardless of maximized state.

I purchased this software to help me align windows width, and not height.. but vice versa would also be nice.

My ghetto solution right now is to
-"maximize" using a Split as size template
-then use "modifier" key to move window just a little bit off to the side
-I would now be able to resize by placing mouse on the edge of a Window frame
-make my browser higher
-rejoice.
Dec 3, 2017  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Interesting idea! I've added this to our feature request list and we'll be sure to let you know if/when we're able to implement it in a future version

Thanks!
Dec 4, 2017  • #2
Artifex Canada
3 discussion posts
Please add my voice to this feature request!

I have very large primary monitors, and give them a simple split. I always work with apps/docs maximized in each split, or on secondary/tertiary monitors. I do a lot of responsive web design, so I'd like to be able to grab the edge of the maximized window in a split, and just stretch it to test responsive designs.

Or sometimes I need to give a window a little more room if (for example) a site I'm looking at isn't responsive. Although the primary monitor is big, the splits are only 1280 x 1440—not quite standard browsing widths.

If taskbar buttons can be set to ignore maximized windows, can you do the same for resizing of maximized windows?

Many thanks.
May 11, 2018  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I've added your vote to the open ticket

Thanks!
May 11, 2018  • #4
Marcus K.
1 discussion post
I really need this, please!
Jun 9, 2018  • #5
frozst
2 discussion posts
is this still not possible?
Sep 26, 2020  • #6
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