Tag Archives: window snapping

Quarter Window Tiling Support added to the MATE Desktop

Ubuntu Mate 18.04 bionic beaver daily buildSupport for quarter window tiling has been added to the MATE desktop. The feature is one of several improvements shipping in the latest stable release of the ‘retrospective’ desktop environment, which was forked from GNOME 2 back in 2011. Specifically its MATE’s window manager Marco that’s been gifted support for ‘quadrant window tiling’. Or, as some call it, […]

This post, Quarter Window Tiling Support added to the MATE Desktop, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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Smarter Window Snapping is Coming to GNOME Shell

GNOME 3.26 is shaping up to be one heck of a release, as a recent update from GNOME developer Georges Stavracas shows. Smart half-window tiling is headed to GNOME Shell and Mutter. The improved feature lets you tile windows to available width (not an arbitrary 50%) and, better still, lets you resize both windows at the same time just […]

This post, Smarter Window Snapping is Coming to GNOME Shell, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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