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Suggest Improved Feature - "Resized" Windows Edge Snapping

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ChadGarion25
3 discussion posts
I mainly started using Display fusion for the multiple wallpapers, but a feature I have always wanted but was never really pulled off very well in similar programs I've used (nView by nVidia) was the Enable Window edge snapping to monitor boundaries and/or other window edges.

However, there is one aspect of this feature that I would like to see some added functionality/bug fixes: the ability to resize a window and snap that resized window's edge to another window. This works for the most part, except the window jumps a little when you do it. That's the bug that needs to be fixed.

What I really want it for is when I "Aero Snap" two windows to either side of my monitor, sometimes I want one window wider and the other thinner but still have them take up the whole monitor; if I make one smaller, I want to be able to re-size the other "snapped" window so it connects seamlessly to the smaller window. The snap tool in Display fusion Pro doesn’t snap resized windows when they are in "Aero Snap" mode, at least it wouldn't for me.

Great program, just my suggestion, I don't know how much you take feedback from users or how hard this would be to implement .

~Chad Garion
Mar 10, 2010  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I know what you mean about the window jumping a little bit to line up with other windows, this is because DisplayFusion is moving the window to snap it, not sizing it. I would like to have smoother snapping with all application windows, but this isn't 100% possible without introducing more overhead, and that's something I try to avoid. If I can come up with a smooth way of doing this in the future you can bet that I'll be implementing it. :)
Apr 15, 2010  • #2
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