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User-defined trigger areas?

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I came to DisplayFusion from GridMove, a free AutoHotKey program to arrange windows. DF is better in many ways, but I can't figure out if it can do one thing I really liked in GridMove. The interface let you define areas of the screen, and if you dragged a window titlebar so the cursor was in that area, it would trigger the window to go into a certain position. Is there any way to 1) define locations other than entire splits, like a 100x100 pixel box in the center of the screen, and/or 2) use a mouse gesture or click/drag as a trigger to move a window to a certain area of the screen, OTHER than the basic "drag window to maximize it in an existing split"? e.g. can I set up something so dragging a window to the top center edge will maximize it to the whole monitor, ignoring splits? I know I can do these things with the keyboard, but I want an alternate mouse-only way to use some functions. Thanks.
Dec 2, 2018  • #1
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Thanks for checking out DisplayFusion! Unfortunately there isn't any functionality like that in DisplayFusion, no. If we're able to add that kind of functionality in the future, we'll definitely let you know!
Dec 4, 2018  • #2
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