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thanks for the suggestions guys but I was hoping for something really easy... for now I'm using WinSplit Revolution which is my go-to on my main computer.. but the more windows, the longer it takes - have to manually place them one by one, it is quick but annoying for what I need it for on my VPS... Tiling handles it all in one fell-swoop, theoretically, if it didn't have this windows 10 bug.

Hi, can someone recommend some relatively light-weight software (e.g. not something like this crappy display fusion) that will stack side by side windows for me? sounds easy right? well I can't for the life of me figure out how to do this on windows 10 on a virtual desktop without it stacking windows also on other virtual desktops, which makes it completely useless to me.. since now instead of 3 windows filling up the screen i have 3 tiny windows on 2 desktops.

JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: June 10, 2016, 11:55 AM »
This post might seem a bit strange, I've been using my laptop a lot recently (fullhd screen), and use this "ultrawide.grid" I found. The thing is, I think I created it but I can't be sure..

Anyhow it is really useful to me so that's why I'm posting it.

It is hard to understand what it does from a screenshot and why it is so useful, basically the windows slinky/accordion expand when you move them around - so it makes it easy to resize two windows to many different side-by-side positions.

It should work equally well on ultrawide or regular monitors

you can also slide the window along the edges

try dragging a window in the vertical middle of the screen from left to right or right to left to see what I mean about the shrinking/expanding accordion effect

there are also full width top half and full width bottom half window zones.

as well as a "youtube" zone that positions the window in the top-left in a rectangular shape, good for watching youtube while you're doing other things


JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: June 10, 2016, 11:42 AM »
I suggest trying my grids I posted a few posts back, they are made for ultrawide and work quite well.. well, they are intended for the primary ultrawide and secondary boxed shape but you can easily edit the files and copy the primary twice and do some search and replace to make it a secondary monitor with the same grid. Although my ultrawide is only 2560, but i think it should work fine on a 34"

do you know any way to use Alt Drag one-handed? 
You could turn on the windows feature 'sticky keys' for that, perhaps?

That works with MoveIt but not Alt Drag.  No biggie.  My fake mouse gesture in MoveIt is enough to skate by while cinnamon rolling.  :)

If Alt Drag proves stable then I am happy.  :)

I don't know what its like where you are, but man, the cinnamon buns here (Toronto) in Ikea are great... you can smell them in half the store. They do that on purpose because cinnamon scent makes you buy things - I was reading it on the internet (that cinammon smells puts you in "want to buy mode") so it must be true! (well I can believe it)

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