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xfce:xfwm4:preferences [2012/01/09 19:16]
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 ? Windows snapping ? Windows snapping
-! You can choose the windows borders to be attracted by the borders of other windows, or by the screen edges, when they are moved. The distance from which this effect will be applied can be specified with the "Distance" ​slider.+! You can choose the windows borders to be attracted by the borders of other windows, or by the screen edges, when they are moved. The distance from which this effect will be applied can be specified with the {gui>Distanceslider.
 ? Wrap workspaces ? Wrap workspaces
 ! Select the first option if you want to switch to the next workspace when the mouse pointer reaches the screen edges. Select the second one if you want the same behaviour while dragging a window. You can specify the screen edges resistance using the corresponding slider. ! Select the first option if you want to switch to the next workspace when the mouse pointer reaches the screen edges. Select the second one if you want the same behaviour while dragging a window. You can specify the screen edges resistance using the corresponding slider.
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 ! Two options allow you to choose if the content of a window will appear or not, when you move or resize it (not displaying the content will save some system resources). ! Two options allow you to choose if the content of a window will appear or not, when you move or resize it (not displaying the content will save some system resources).
 ? Double click action ? Double click action
-! Select what must be the behaviour of the window manager when you double-click on the title bar of a window : shade window, hide window, maximize window or none.+! Select what must be the behaviour of the window manager when you double-click on the title bar of a window: shade window, hide window, maximize window or none.