Disable Automatic Full Screen

Is there a way to disable windows from switching to full screen when you move/position them? I hated that feature in Windows 7 and it is just as horrible in openSuse.

Also, anyway to default opening windows in the center of the screen instead of the upper left corner?

On 27/11/11 11:36, vijer wrote:
>
> Is there a way to disable windows from switching to full screen when you
> move/position them? I hated that feature in Windows 7 and it is just as
> horrible in openSuse.
>
> Also, anyway to default opening windows in the center of the screen
> instead of the upper left corner?
>
>

Can only say about 11.4, where both settings are in “Personal Settings”
(which I have in the menu) under Windows Behaviour -> Windows Behaviour
and in the “moving” and “advanced” tabs respectively.


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On 11/27/2011 12:36 PM, vijer wrote:
>
> Is there a way to disable windows from switching to full screen when you
> move/position them? I hated that feature in Windows 7 and it is just as
> horrible in openSuse.

i wonder what operating systems and version you are using, as well as
which desktop environment and version…because in some of them there
may not be a way to do what you wish, and the exact path to the switch
to flip is certainly different in each:

i give you my path, on my machine, with my software mix:

Personal Settings - Configure Desktop > Workspace Appearance and
Behavior > Workspace Behavior > Screen Edges > disable (uncheck)
“Maximize windows by dragging them to the top of the screen” > Apply
(button)

please, when asking such a question always give:
-operating system and version
-desktop system and version

> Also, anyway to default opening windows in the center of the screen
> instead of the upper left corner?

please, always put only one question in each thread, and make the
subject line for that thread applicable to the question enclosed.

and, when you ask for and receive help, please return to the thread and
confirm the answering post helped, or not…and, how you solved your
problem (so those who google in with the same problem can find the
solution (if there is one)?

these two steps (and others) allow these forums to be searched for
specific answers to specific questions…

like your second question (and, first for that matter) in this thread
has been asked and answered before…give this a shot:
http://forums.opensuse.org/search.php


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