0
Answered

Why did you change the basing point which is used when resizing the window

Goh Matsumoto 2 years ago • updated by Ionuț Botizan 2 years ago 3

In previous version, the top-left corner is the basing point when resizing the window.

In this version, you've changed the basing point to the top-right corner

I think the top-left corner is more natural than the top-right corner

Would you tell me why you changed the basing point?

Answer

+1
Answer
Answered

Because now you can do this: http://take.ms/EgaeZ :)

(I found out during the beta testing that there's a Chrome bug on Mac OS and the popup doesn't stay in its place, like it does on Windows, so I'm going to make this an option)

+1
Answer
Answered

Because now you can do this: http://take.ms/EgaeZ :)

(I found out during the beta testing that there's a Chrome bug on Mac OS and the popup doesn't stay in its place, like it does on Windows, so I'm going to make this an option)

Oh, I see ;)
Thank you for your reply.

I just published an update that adds a setting to use the old behavior and keep the window left-aligned if you like it better that way (you can find it under settings » other). It should be available within the hour. :)


Regards,

Ionuț