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Messages - toddm [ switch to compact view ]

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I use gridmove mostly to tile Exceed command prompt windows so it would need to work with specific windows in my case, not just a per program setting.  Of course gridmove can't know where to put each window unless I direct it.

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Thanks for the tip on the keyboard shortcuts.

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jgpaiva, GridMove would only need to be on the host computer and I don't think it would need to know anything about the remote computer.  A simpler example is just changing resolution on the computer.  It would be nice if all windows that had been snapped to a grid are automatically snapped to the resized grid.

Does that make more sense?

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I've got a suggestion that would add more functionality to GridMove without changing the nice, clean interface.

It would be nice if GridMove could remember what windows have been snapped to a specific grid section and if the resolution is changed the windows are realigned automatically.  This would be useful when using remote desktop from computers having various resolutions.  Ideally it would remember the grid a window has been assigned to in addition to the section.

I frequently remote desktop from my laptop to my desktop and because the resolution on the laptop is smaller my window size and location changes.  It's an annoyance I think GridMove could solve with a little work.

Thanks.

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