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Frame width= 0 (When used with Quake style slide down) #318

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mkanet opened this Issue Sep 12, 2015 · 5 comments

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mkanet commented Sep 12, 2015

I really like the Quake style slide down feature. Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to get the console window to snap to the right edge of my desktop (even though that setting is enabled in ConEmu). There's still a gap.

It looks like the Snap to desktop edges feature may not have accounted for when Frame width is anything less than 3-4px width.

Any chance you could please see if there's a way to make "Snap to desktop edges" also work for 0 width frames?

Thanks so much for your consideration for a solution.

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What is your OS?

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Maximus5 commented Sep 12, 2015

What is your OS?

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mkanet Sep 13, 2015

Windows 8.1.

mkanet commented Sep 13, 2015

Windows 8.1.

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josh2112 Mar 28, 2016

Same issue, but on left side of desktop:
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You can see there's about a 2-pixel gap where ConEnu should be flush with the left and top edges of the screen. I have Window Positioning set to Free and X set to 0 pixels. I thought I might fix this by setting X to a negative value but that is not supported.

Same issue, but on left side of desktop:
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You can see there's about a 2-pixel gap where ConEnu should be flush with the left and top edges of the screen. I have Window Positioning set to Free and X set to 0 pixels. I thought I might fix this by setting X to a negative value but that is not supported.

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josh2112 Mar 28, 2016

And yes, I've seen Issue #284 and the referenced Microsoft bug Desktop coordinate system is broken but I'm on Windows 8.1. Same bug?

And yes, I've seen Issue #284 and the referenced Microsoft bug Desktop coordinate system is broken but I'm on Windows 8.1. Same bug?

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@josh2112 No, mentioned MS bug relates to Win10 only.

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Maximus5 commented Mar 28, 2016

@josh2112 No, mentioned MS bug relates to Win10 only.

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