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There's no predefined shortcut, but you can make your own. Install the xdotool utility. The following commands move a window to the top and bottom respectively: xdotool windowmove $(xdotool getwindowfocus) x 0 xdotool windowmove $(xdotool getwindowfocus) x 9999 (Some installations have the unfortunate bug that using x or y, which is supposed to leave that ...
Yes...there is a way in Linux to do so ( and to your surprise, it will also work in Windows too ) Just press Alt+Spacebar then hit the key m and then move wherever you want by usin the arrow keys. Once you done, hit the Enter key. And, oh yeah, It will work if and only if the window in question is not fully maximized
You can do this using wmctrl. Example Get your window's ID. $ wmctrl -l 0x02a00004 0 grinchy saml@grinchy:~ 0x0620004f 0 grinchy [gnome] Bash command for Maximizing and Unmaximizing windows in gnome? - Google Chrome Then toggle window ID 0x0620004f, like so. $ wmctrl -i -r 0x0620004f -b toggle,maximized_vert,maximized_horz
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