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Re: [vox] Heresy! AOL on Linux?
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Re: [vox] Heresy! AOL on Linux?



On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 02:11:29PM -0700, Dave Margolis wrote:
> Wow.  That's a little scary.  I don't think I'd try that with my 
> mother-in-law.  The only thing I've had to fix so far is that somehow she 
> moved/maximized her kmail window in such a way that she couldn't grab the 
> handles or toolbar buttons to get it back to normal.  I'm pretty sure you 
> can do that in windows too!

Alt-Click anywhere in the window should let you grab it and move it around.
By default, that's a shortcut in KDE window manager, I believe.
(Also have seen it elsewhere, like Sawfish)

Right-click the task on the taskbar and select "Maximize" or "Move"
might help, too.

Just FYI :)

-bill!
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