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Hi :)

I was worng!  Mac hasn't had it for years after all!  I really thought it
had.  I think i have seen is an add-on app for Mac.

This article gives 1 that kinda pushes you into buying the 'proper' version

This thread gives more tools that do the same sort of thing and some look
better than others
it doesn't describe it quite so well as the 1st link which is the only
reason i included that 1st link.

This link confirms some and maybe gives another

That last link taught me an even easier way on Ubuntu (and some others) is
to use
Super Ctrl and the arrow keys
to snap the window in different ways.  I don't have a "Super" key just one
that used to be a "Windows" one but now has a penguin painted on it (in my
dreams at least) (i've never dared actually do it jic MS "get me" for
patent infringement)

Regards from
Tom :)

On 21 October 2013 21:28, Robert Peirce <> wrote:

On Oct 21, 2013, at 9:39 AM, Tom Davies <> wrote:

Hi :)
If you are on Ubuntu 12.04 or more recent (and probably 10.04 did it but
i just didn't notice at the time or forgot), or on Win7 (possibly Vista
too) or probably any version of Mac or iThings then ...

Grab the title-bar of the 1st one and drag it sharply off right (or off

Once the mouse reaches the edge of the screen the LibreOffice window
should snap to fit the relevant half of the screen.  Top&bottom halves
don't work the same way, unfortunately.
Regards from
Tom :)

Either I'm doing it wrong or it doesn't work on Macs!

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