nice Sierra feature

Roger Eller roger.e.eller at sealedair.com
Sun May 28 12:27:54 CEST 2017


IIRC, in Linux a window can be moved by right-clicking and selecting
'move', then drag from anywhere within the frame.

On May 28, 2017 5:35 AM, "Colin Holgate via use-livecode" <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> Was just testing something and needed to look up a function in the
> dictionary. As can often happen, especially when you frequently alternate
> between using one and two monitors, the top of the dictionary window was
> underneath the macOS menubar. To fix that in the past I would do something
> on the lines of put the windows, figure out that the window is called
> revDictionary, then set the top of window revDictionary to 100.
>
> In Sierra there is the tab bar area in each window, which lets you dock
> windows together. When you drag that area you get a translucent thumbnail
> image of the window, and if you release when not on top of another window
> it has the effect of moving the window to that location. Which means that
> if the titlebar of a window is under the system menu, but you can grab the
> tab bar, you can quickly move the window fully into view.
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