I have an interesting issue here, my windows snap to 100% screen width and 50% screen height whenever I drag them to the top or bottom of my workspace, and I would really love to disable that.
I've been using Windows for my new job for the last year or so, but now that I'm familiar with the system I'm trying to make my way back to Linux, and this configuration bugs me. I have no idea when I set up Xfce to do this, or even why, but I would like it gone.
Does anyone know how this is done in the first place so I can disable it?
Last edited by minasmorath (2012-08-24 15:23:31)
Hi, this feature can be disabled in the settings of the XFCE window manager.
Settings -> Window Manager Tweaks -> Accessibility -> Automatically tile windows when moving toward the screen edge
Thank you! I thought I'd been through every setting Xfce had, but this does the trick. I guess I glazed over it since it's stuck under "Accessibility" instead of something more glaringly obvious.