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Description:

Mac OS like maximize to new desktop.

Feature:

* Move window to a newly created virtual desktop when fullscreen.
* Move window back to original desktop when restored to normal size

Note:

This is triggered by window **FULLSCREEN** not the normal maximize. Window fullscreen can be enabled by right clicking on the window decoration -> More Actions -> Fullscreen.

Warmuser

17 days ago

I don't exactly what's the cause, but everytime I enable these script, kwin starts crash. I'm on Fedora 28 with latest updates.

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nick87720z

3 months ago

Aetf: I just retried, with same version. And yes, context menu has "Extensions" submenu. And now it works. I don't know, why it did not.

Can't reply to your message, so wrote in new thread.

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nick87720z

3 months ago

Hm, in all this thread i can reply to only own messages :/

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Aetf

3 months ago

I'm glad it works!

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nick87720z

3 months ago

Hello. Would be great addon, but by some reason it doesn't work. After it is installed, i ensured, that proper kwin script is enabled. Though i doubt, that script is only reason, because all kde-store dialogs on my pc with kde began to show correct installed state and installation progress, since some version.

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nick87720z

3 months ago

kde 5.11.1, calculate linux (still have to upgrade)

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Aetf

3 months ago

When you right-click on the window title bar -> Extension, is there an menu item called "Maximize to New Desktop"? If not, then for some reason the script is not correctly loaded. Then could you open the Desktop Console[1] to load the script and send me the log by creating a new issue[2] on Github?

[1] https://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/KWin/Scripting#Quick_Start:_Desktop_Console
[2] https://github.com/Aetf/kwin-maxmize-to-new-desktop/issues/new

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