Quote: Originally Posted by jemcgarvey
it doesn't remember "snapped" positions. If you figure that out, my problems would be no more.
Oops, snapping was among the first things I turned off so I didn't notice that. Unfortunately there does not seem to be any API access whatsoever, to the snapping functionality, provided by MS. I also quickly checked if couldn't find any hack for it, but no luck. So I can't detect nor restore a window's snapped state.
I'll look into saving the window size/pos as it is, see comment below on how WM does it. Not sure if that's good enough for you, but I'm afraid that's about all I can do.
Quote: Originally Posted by helmutcheese
And Windows 7 Aero Snap + "windowmanager" works also.
WM restores the window with the same pos/size as it previously was, but it doesn't restore the snapped state. Meaning if you drag a WM restored window it will not "unsnap" like a real snapped window does. I'll try to add the same functionality for the next version, it was an oversight on my part as I don't use snapping.