Ultrawide Simple v1
This template will work on regular monitors of course too, it was just designed with the idea in mind that the primary would be an ultrawide monitor and that the secondary monitor is a normal "box shaped monitor"pink shows the zonesGridMove: Grids HereUltrawide Simple v2 (i.e. not so simple...)
What I use now daily is this template, it is a great improvement over version 1 (for power users), so it is not quite as simple - but still quite logical
It really gives a lot of positioning power, I have no idea how I could draw a simple diagram like I did for v1... just best to download and experiment with using it
It is almost "finished", what I mean is - it works - and works well. However, every few days I tend to add something. There is not much room in the way of target zones left for adding zones without harming the "user-experience", so I might only add 1 or 2 more things - or maybe none at all. That's what I mean... it is perfectly usable in its current form.
It is still intended for the same use case (i.e 1 or 2 monitors, the primary being ultrawide - but it still is fine for non-ultrawide) .. basically if you are a power user, try v2.. if you don't really care too much about have "finer control" over the layout, use v1
v2 also has a youtube positioning zone on primary monitor very top left that on chrome (with the bookmarks bar off), will resize the window exactly the the size that will show a video only [if theatre mode in the youtube player is off] - at least on my browser... if it doesn't work exactly for you, you can always edit that particular entries height and width of the window.example of grid (3 screenshots in the photo)
These are 2 monitorsthe sticher I used cropped some of the bottoms off, so the actual grid is a bit taller than it looks, for example the bottom left browser window should be the same height as the one above itGridMove: Grids Here