|easy 2007-01-28 19:58
I'm new to Ultramon and searching for a straightforward way to move the active window to the other monitor by an external command, which i.e. could be called using the shell.
I've checked the command line parameters and the possibility to resolve this via Ultramon-shortcuts.
I've glanced over the scripting reference but haven't found a solution yet, though I'm sure a script could do it.
Would love to see a little help, thanks!
|easy 2007-01-29 06:48
Christian, if you don't have the time for an in-depth answer to a tiring newbie question, that's perfectly okay. I'm completely happy just with a short hint where to read further on that topic.
|Christian Studer 2007-01-29 09:22
I have uploaded a script which moves the active window to the next monitor: MoveActiveWndNextMon
If the monitors use different resolutions, the window will be resized proportionally by default.
To use the resize to fit option, pass /r on the command line, for example:
Christian Studer - www.realtimesoft.com
|easy 2007-01-29 22:46
Awesome, thanks a lot!
Huere guet, merci vielmaal!