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Original hardlink hasn't been UNICODE-aware (and it is strange, because it was one little step to), so I slightly adjust it and put here.
It needs other VC's dlls than original: mfc71u.dll and msvcr71.dll.

It's seemed that you've deleted some grids present in «grid order».
Select options->Set Grid Order and set only needed and present grids.

I tried to explain here with a picture, step by step.

JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: Grid on Linux?
« on: January 04, 2009, 11:20 AM »
 :o Look at tiling windows managers here.

JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: August 31, 2008, 01:45 PM »
Xitsa: I think the grids on the previous posts are a bit different from yours, since they use 2/3 of the screen on grid element '1'.
Maybe, my main aim was to show ease of changing layouts and give some examples.
GridStack is useful for quick creating of simple layouts, I know about it's limitations and some of them where introduced specially to simplify input language.
For example, yoda_97's grid cannot be get quick, it needs at least four steps:
  • Creating stack for triggers
  • Creating stack for three part–like layout
  • Creating stack for two part–like layout
  • Combining triggers windows with corresponding layouts
But at least with gridstack one can quickly get screen coordinates :)
In principle, I can develop a more complex language that could describe grids where triggers layout different from window layout, but perhaps writing in it will be more cumbersome than using aforesaid procedure.

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