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JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: June 02, 2016, 09:13 AM »


Trigger explanations:
Trigger zone 1 gives a combination of the two small windows (3+4) on the left of your illustration. Zone 11 is trigger of the middle tall window (5+6) and zone 9 gives you a combination (7+8) that results in a right tall window. Trigger 2 gives a huge window of 3+4+5+6.  Trigger zone 10 is undo. Trigger zone 12 maximizes to the other monitor.
The windows are configured like this according to your diagram:

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|   3   |   5    |   7   |
|        |        |        |
-------- ------- -------       
|   4   |    6   |   8   |
|        |        |        |
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Read the grid file. It's commented and not that tough to understand. Just remember the top left corner is (0,0) [How come no one ever mentions this to newcomers?
The + or -50s are just to make a 50 pixel bar for the extra triggers according to the reference variables.

Thank you very much! This works great! I appreciate the tip as well. That makes a lot more sense.

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JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: May 25, 2016, 10:37 AM »
Hi all. This is a wonderful software. I work in an office that was just given 4K 34" curved monitors to work off of, and am wondering if someone may have a moment to help with a custom grid? I have tried a few things myself, and made it as close as possible, but cannot seem to get it exact:

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--------        |        |
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To explain, the screen is in 1/3's vertically, but the first 1/3 zone (left side) is split in the middle horizontally to make four total zones. Any help would be greatly appreciated.  :)

Edit: I am using this grid on monitor 2.

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