Hi, I’ve two computers with with debian testing and LXQT. In the first, LXQT is the unique DE; in the second I’ve also KDE and LXDE. In the first pc, LXQT has the split view feature. When I drag a window near the screen’s board, the window’s dimensions will change and it will occupy half of the screen. If I drag the window on the corner, the window’s dimension will change and it will occupy a quater of the screen. In the second pc all of this does not occur. Why?
Because of a different window manager. KWin does that, among several other things; another WM may not.
Excuse me but in the first pc there isn’t KWIN and there, there is split view feature
I didn’t say that only KWin does it. It’s a WM thing.
Ok. How can I control where is the WM active?
LXQt → Session Settings → Window Manager
BTW, Openbox can also do it but not by drag-n-drop. You need to change its settings (in its config file). I remember that I right clicked its title-bar buttons to tile it.
Ok, I changed WM from openbox to xfwm4 and now I’ve the split view feature.
How do I set “solved” at this topic?
Yes, xfwm4 has this functionality too.
You don’t need to. LXQt forum topics don’t have a “solved” flag.
Thanks for all