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Re: problems with fvwm

Once upon a time Imre Vida said...
> On Fri, Aug 16, 2002 at 09:37:07AM +1000, Cameron Hutchison wrote:
> > Once upon a time Imre Vida said...
> > 
> > What do you mean "doing one after the other"? You can just say
> > "Maximize 100 100" if you want to maximize X and Y together.
> i wanted to define some hotkeys to maximize/grow the window
> horizontally/verticaly or even left/right/up/down
> and by combining these actions to get the best size and location
> (i very often end up with hundreds of windows open and the try to get
> the best out of them  ;-)
> these combinations however do not work; the window switches
> back to it's 'normal' size after the second hotkey and  
> after repeating the sec. hotkey it does the sec type of maximization
> (and of course only that one now)

If you dont want it to toggle between normal and maximized, use the True
flag. eg:

Key F7  A  N  Maximize True 100 0
Key F8  A  N  Maximize True 0 100
Key F9  A  N  Maximize 100 100

The F9 key is there to unmaximize. If the window is maximized in either
direction, F9 will put it back to normal. If the window is not maximized
at all, F9 will maximize in both directions.

Is this what you wanted?

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