Getting off-screen windows onscreen?

Kevin Broderick gnucash at
Wed May 24 12:25:59 EDT 2006

On 24 May 2006, at 11:49 AM, fredex wrote:

> On Wed, May 24, 2006 at 10:27:09AM -0400, Adam Rosi-Kessel wrote:
>> Kevin Broderick wrote:
>>> Perhaps I'm overlooking something, but is there any way to get a  
>>> "Find
>>> Customer" or "Find Vendor" window that has appeared above the top  
>>> of my
>>> screen to move into the middle of it?  I can't get to the title  
>>> bar with
>>> the mouse (as it's above top of the screen), and I'm not coming  
>>> up with
>>> any other ways to reposition the window.


>> I get this kind of problem a lot with Gnucash and just use the  
>> keyboard
>> shortcut to maximize the window, which brings the entire window  
>> contents
>> onto the screen. I don't know what the maximize key would be in  
>> the Window
>> Manager for XDarwin, but I expect there is such a key.

I'm using enlightenment, but I haven't been able to find a list of  
keyboard shortcuts at this point.

> On all Linux desktops I've ever used you can place the mouse pointer
> anywhere within a window, hold down the ALT key then move the window
> to where you want it by depressing the left mouse button and dragging.

This, however, solves my problem.  Thanks.

Kevin T. Broderick
gnucash at

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