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On Gnome, you can usually set a window to occupy half of the screen with super + arrow.

Is there any way I can bind hotkeys to manipulate window sizes more flexibly? e.g. bind a key to make window occupy left 2/3 of screen, or bind key to increment window size by a set amount?

This would be incredibly helpful because I have an ultra wide screen monitor

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  • You may want to install wmctrl (if not already installed) and explore the possibilities.
    – AlexP
    Commented Dec 7, 2016 at 6:44

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