WinTile for GNOME Shell: Windows 10 quarter tile with Super/Win + arrow keys or mouse (snap)

If you like the Microsoft Windows 10 collage style, you can easily get the GNOME Shell desktop through an extension called to support it. WinTile The extension uses Super/Win + Arrow Key or use the mouse (preview and capture when dragging the window to the edge).

Next to the quarter tile, you can also use the keyboard ( Super/Win + Up Maximize the window, and Super/Win + Left or Right arrow To maximize the left or right window (occupying 50% of the screen) and mouse. Please note that there is already a single window maximized and maximized to the left/right (tile edge) in standard GNOME Shell, so there is no need to install anything if needed. WineTile requires GNOME Shell 3.28, 3.30, 3.32 or 3.34. (So ​​it should be used with Debian 10 Buster and higher, Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver and higher, Fedora 30 and higher, etc.) and compatible with X11 and Wayland sessions. WinTile preferences

Extension preferences provide the ability to adjust extension behavior. If you have a wide/ultra-wide monitor, you can increase the number of tiles from 2 to 3 or 4. Depending on whether you want to use GNOME animation when maximizing the window, there is an option to switch to true maximization. Windows. There is also an option to enable or disable display preview and snapping when dragging the window to the edge. Related: The material shell is the new collage shell for Gnome (beta)
The latest version of “WinTile: Windows 10 GNOME Window Collage” released yesterday enables you to configure the time to display the window collage preview, and with the help of 2 new options, you can set the delay before triggering the display of the collage preview. Set the distance from the edge of the screen before previewing.
Currently, the extension cannot change the keys used for window tiling/snap, nor can it set the gap between tiled windows. The upper and lower parts of the screen also have no options to capture windows. In addition, the extension is fully functional as expected-I have tested it on Ubuntu 19.10 and Fedora 31 (both using GNOME Shell 3.34). Night light on

Download WinTile: GNOME’s Windows 10 Window Collage

The install button above will take you to the WinTile page, which can be installed by clicking on it. OFF Switch to the right side of the extension to set ON . Follow GNOME Shell browser integration Instructions for installing GNOME Shell extensions using a web browser (if not already installed) or using extension installers supported by GNOME Software.
The latest version of the extension (v5) is not yet available on the GNOME Shell extension website, which adds the 2 new options I have mentioned. Before reviewing it, you can manually install it in the following ways: [email protected] Archive in “WinTile: GNOME’s Windows 10 Window Collage” Extended version page . Archive and move by unzipping [email protected] Folder to ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/ .


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