fourdan at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 10:59:14 CEST 2016
What you see with middle clicking on the maximize button is vertical
maximization, using the right mouse button will maximize horizontally
As moving a maximized window clears maximization, the size is retored,
which is what you see.
All this is perfectly normal and as designed/expected.
On 6 September 2016 at 10:30, Tim Tassonis <timtas at cubic.ch> wrote:
> On 09/06/2016 09:28 AM, Igor Zakharov wrote:
>> Hi Tim,
>> That's interesting.
>> When saying terminal, are you meaning xfce4-terminal? Does it also
>> happen to other terminal apps, or other windows in general?
> It also happens other programs, like leafpad or so.
>> I suppose that if you manually enlarge terminal window so that it will
>> take the entire screen height, then it wouldn't shrink back when moved,
> Yes, just verified. If done manualyy, it stays.
>> 06.09.2016, 08:27, "Tim Tassonis" <timtas at cubic.ch>:
>>> Hi all
>>> I'm a long-term, totally satisfied xfce4 user with a very minor issue:
>>> When I open a terminal window, I often click the middle button on my
>>> mouse onto the window's maximize button, resulting in a window that is
>>> maximized vertical, but remains the same width horizontally.
>>> My issue now is: When I move the window, it always shrinks back to its
>>> default size. Is there a way to change this?
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