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    Question auto resize window when moved to the sides (KDE)

    Hi all. I used linux for a long time now, mostly ubuntu-based distros but these days I decided to try openSUSE. Must say, It is a really nice distro, with lots of new features. There is one that I never seen before but I admit it is very useful: the auto resize window feature. I use the 11.3 (KDE) (milestone 4) version. Just wanted to ask if this is a package for ths or is hard-coded into the system? And is it KDE-specific?

    Eagerly awaiting for your answer,
    TKS!
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    Default Re: auto resize window when moved to the sides (KDE)

    Quote Originally Posted by dontbugme View Post
    Hi all. I used linux for a long time now, mostly ubuntu-based distros but these days I decided to try openSUSE. Must say, It is a really nice distro, with lots of new features. There is one that I never seen before but I admit it is very useful: the auto resize window feature. I use the 11.3 (KDE) (milestone 4) version. Just wanted to ask if this is a package for ths or is hard-coded into the system? And is it KDE-specific?

    Eagerly awaiting for your answer,
    TKS!
    You mean, if we move a window to left/right sides it will occupy half screen and if at the top side, it will max/min the window? if yes...
    AFAIK it is KDE specific and available since KDE4.4.0.
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    Default Re: auto resize window when moved to the sides (KDE)

    Quote Originally Posted by mmarif4u View Post
    AFAIK it is KDE specific and available since KDE4.4.0.
    Thanks a lot!
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