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fit to empty space button
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Submitted:  Dec 21 2005
Updated:  Jan 29 2006

Description:

the idea is to have a button which would maximize a window so that it fits the entire unused space that there is on the screen.

\"normal\" maximizing covers the whole screen which is not always very comfortable.

maximizing \"by hand\" can of course get you the same effect but having it under one button - so it seems to me - would be much more useful.

i believe gimp is a great example of an app for which such a button could be extremely comfortable.

please, tell my what you think.




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just moved to kde4 brainstorm from kde improvement. thought it'd be more suitable.




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 Excellent Idea

 
 by phlogistique on: Dec 21 2005
 
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But Krita roxes :D


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 Nice

 
 by N0rr3c on: Dec 21 2005
 
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very, VERY useful THANKS !! (:


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 Re: Nice

 
 by caminoix on: Dec 21 2005
 
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hehe, i'm very happy to hear you like it but i don't feel like there's a special reason to thank me :) well, you're welcome :)


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 I think

 
 by AnXa on: Dec 21 2005
 
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it would be cool.

Krita needs like 2300x4800 resolution display to show add stuff so that they are accessible to user fast as they are in gimp.


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 Nice!

 
 by zulin on: Dec 21 2005
 
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it would be a great improvement in KDE 4.0!! 10x


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 Pack and Grow?

 
 by rasmussen on: Dec 21 2005
 
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Can't you get the same effect by using the Pack and Grow window commands?
(Control Center->Keyboard Shortuts->Windows)


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 Re: Pack and Grow?

 
 by caminoix on: Dec 21 2005
 
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hmm, not really. set it up and see for yourself.
when there's a windows open in the background, you need to press it a couple of times and still the result is not what you'd really want it to be.
what i meant was something acting in a more "intelligent" way than the combination of these two shortcuts.


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 Another nice thing..

 
 by jones on: Dec 24 2005
 
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...would be a window management mode wich is more like the "frames" used in applications like blender, modo, maya, cinema4d etc...


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 Re: Another nice thing..

 
 by janet on: Jan 29 2006
 
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Could you please explain this a little more? I don't know either of those applications.


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 Re: Re: Another nice thing..

 
 by jones on: Feb 2 2006
 
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I have uploaded a swf captured with vnc2swf showing the blender frame system in action.

www.mediaparadise.net/blender.html


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