Re: [wpmac] [ANN] Window Manager 2.1 beta 1 (was: Zooming Classic Elements Only)
- John R wrote:
>Update to a popular macro set now in the Files section, in theI have downloaded and expanded the file. I then saved Manage Windows
>Temporary_Items folder, as "John's WP Window Manager 2.1b1.sit".
>This has two new macros: Close All, to close all open windows at
>once, of course offering to save changes to any that have them, and
>Tile Two Windows, to put the top two windows next to each other at
>This is something like the program command Tile Windows, on the
>Window menu, but that command tiles all open windows, making each
>window as small as necessary to fit all onscreen. The Tile Two
>Windows macro operates only on the top two windows.
to my WP Library folder without any problem. The macros function as
I am curious as to under what circumstances one would want to run the
macro, "Stack Windows (Wide)." When I run that macro, an open WP
document window zooms to the full width of the display, but the
magnification level of the document remains the same. Most of the
zoomed window is a grey no-man's land. I must be missing something,
but I do not see the purpose. I could understand zooming the window
and increasing the magnification level of the document within the
window to suit the zoomed window, but that does not happen with this
macro.... at least not at this end, running OS 10.4.11, OS 9.2.2
within Classic, and WP 3.5ep on a dual G5.
John Joseph McVeigh
Butler, Maryland, USA
- --- In email@example.com, "J.J. McVeigh" <kd4vs@...> wrote:
> I have downloaded and expanded the file. I then saved Manage WindowsThanks for the report (I greatly appreciate feedback on betas, as well as on released versions).
> to my WP Library folder without any problem. The macros function as
> I am curious as to under what circumstances one would want to run theThis would be more useful with landscape orientation, and depending on paper size. It was also written when displays were typically not nearly as large as today.
> macro, "Stack Windows (Wide)." When I run that macro, an open WP
> document window zooms to the full width of the display, but the
> magnification level of the document remains the same.