Congratulations jgpaiva on producing an ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC piece of software!
I recently bought my other half a new laptop which had Acer's Gridvista incorporated. I was impressed by it and decided to give it a go but soon found the limitations far too limiting. That's when I set about looking for an alternative and this is definintely it! Wait till she see's it installed on my lappy! :-p
I have a request if I may ... and it's related to AxCrusik's template request.
This template does almost everything I want it too, and I agree it would be a very useful inclusion in future releases of this s/ware.
However, I would love to see a slight change (if it is possible), and it's a little tricky but I will try and explain.
I would like to see this template combined with the 3-part grid template. The trigger square in the middle would be divided into two so that the right half causes the dragged window to be placed in boxes 2,3,5,6 and 7 and the middle zone so that you end up with 3 zones down the left and one large one on the right. Similarly, dragging to the left half of the middle square would cause the dragged window to be displayed on the left of the screen in zones 1,4,5,7 and 8 and the middle zone so that you see one large window on the left and three down the right side.
Ideally, in each scenario I would have only two zones on either the left or the right rather than three (as with the 3-part grid) but I am not sure if this is possible?
I tried using just the AxCrusik and 3-part grid templates and cycling through using the right mouse click but when I came to order the grids, the AxCrusik one did not show when cycling. In any case, I would prefer to have the two grids combined in one if at all possible (and make use of that space in the middle of the screen at the same time).
Again, a fantastic piece of software. A template such as the above would make it JUST what I am after!
Many thanks jgpaiva, and to AxCrusik for the template design!