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Windows 7: set the size of a maximized window?

08 Nov 2011   #1
ushere

win 7 pro, 64bit
 
 
set the size of a maximized window?

i have a new nvidia video card that allows me 3 monitors - however the first two are 'spanned' giving me a work area of 3840 x 1080 (which is perfect for my video editing), HOWEVER:

when clicking the maximize symbol in the upper right hand corner the application window will spread across both monitors.

is it possible, or is there any software, that will allow me to set the size of a maximized window?

i also get all windows messages opening in the center of the two screens, very annoying and sometimes hard to read....

thanks for your time,

leslie


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08 Nov 2011   #2
MilesAhead

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

I have a few window manipulation programs but they are all for single monitor setups. I found this on AutoIt3 forum. It may be worth a look:

_SplitMon:Window Mgmt Suite! - AutoIt Forums
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08 Nov 2011   #3
ushere

win 7 pro, 64bit
 
 

many thanks for that - have dl'd and will give a whirl.

i suspect that this problem will only get worse as more people look for the 'cheap' option to add monitors ;-(

again, thanks for your time....
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