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Sun May 15 20:52:15 CEST 2005
On Sat, 14 May 2005 19:55:55 +0200, Olivier Fourdan <fourdan at xfce.org>
> Then Alt+F11 (toggle fullscreen) should do the trick...
> On Sat, 2005-05-14 at 16:29 +0200, Kristoffer wrote:
>> On Sat, 14 May 2005 16:06:29 +0200, Stefan Stuhr
>> <xfceuserslist at sstuhr.dk>
>> > lør, 14 05 2005 kl. 00:41 +0200, skrev Kristoffer:
>> >> Hi, i need the left border "borderless" because of opera's border
>> >> one opens by clicking to the left of the screen. I managed to
>> >> my
>> >> border by editing the theme but i still have about a millimeter
>> which it
>> >> seems i can't get rid of.
>> >> i CAN open it now but i have to move the mouse cursor 1 pixel to the
>> >> left-right of the screen to open it which is kinda annoying...
>> >> it works in GNOMW btw.
>> > I think what you really want is maximized windows without left, right
>> > and bottom borders. Like in Gnome.
>> > Stefan
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>> uhh, yeah, but i really only *NEED* without left border to make opera
>> easier usable..
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not really.. i DO need the stuff that's being left out when i [F11] opera
and changing opera to include all that in full-screen is really a "hack"
instead of fixing the problem that got it that way...
if you really, absolutely, have to see for yourself i sugges you download
opera, which is an excellent browser, and see for yourself :)
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