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I'm using Fedora 15, and I was wondering the new feature in Gnome 3 where you can drag/snap a window to the right or left of the desktop which resize ...
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    Gnome 3 Snap-Window-Right/Left shortcut


    I'm using Fedora 15, and I was wondering the new feature in Gnome 3 where you can drag/snap a window to the right or left of the desktop which resize the window to be half of the screen size.

    What is the keyboard shortcut for that?

    Thanks.

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    I am looking for the same. Seems like there are scripts out there using different tools.. but if anyone knows the "recommend" approach, please share

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    Hi, hyperplus, and Welcome!

    Could you give some info on what you are trying? What have you tried?
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    Seems like people have scripts using mainly: wmctrl or xrandr

    Also, seems this functionality is possible through Gnome Shell extensions.

    Haven't tried any yet. Just browsing and reading about stuff.

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