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Hey jgpaiva, I've been using Gridmove for years and love it. I just upgraded to Windows 10 and unfortunately, when I use Gridmove, it snaps the windows into different quadrants/sections of the screen as before but now it leaves a large gap between them (like a couple mm).
I was wondering if there was a way to fix this in the settings (so the windows touch each other instead of leaving the gap) or if you would consider creating a Windows 10 optimized version of Gridmove in the future?

I have been using GridMove for a year and a half now and I use it daily (still with my custom grid). It is one of the most useful programs on my computer and whenever friends see me snap a window into place they are amazed and wonder how I did it. I recently dual-booted my computer with windows vista ultimate 64 bit and was pleasantly surprised to discover that grid move is compatible. I have a 30" monitor with a 19" widescreen monitor in portrait orientation next to it so I rarely maximize windows. Instead I snap them to half or quarter screen areas. It seems like you have been busy fixing bugs and implementing new features so I will have to check out the latest version of GridMove to see what's changed. Thanks a lot and congratulations on your success!

You are remarkable! That is exactly what I wanted. You should think about making that design a default template (or think about incorporating it into the edge grid template. Thanks very much!

The grid I have in mind is too confusing to draw on one page so I broke it down into layers. It might seem complicated at first but once you understand how it works it is actually quite simple. There are 8 triggers (think of tic tac toe without the middle square). The four corner ones snap the window to that corner of the screen. There are four side triggers and they snap the window to that side (half) of the screen. Here are some images. I hope they help. Thanks again for trying to help me with this.

Wow! This is the most useful program ever! I have been looking for something like this for a long time and I was starting to think that a program like this does not exist.
I am having some trouble getting the gridcreator to work though. I would really appretiate it if someone could make me a custom grid. I have been trying to make a grid that has large triggers in each of the corners and triggers between each of them on each side of the screen (like the edgegrid template but with bigger corner triggers and thicker edge triggers. I want the corner triggers to snap the window to the same quarter of the screen as the trigger. I want the top and bottom edge triggers to snap the window to the to half and bottom half of the screen respectively. I want the left and right edge triggers to snap the window to the left and right half of the screen respectively.
Thanks to anyone who can help me out. It doesn't seem like this should be to difficult but every time I try to set this up in grid creator, only about half of the triggers actually work when I load the grid.

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