I must confess I do not like tiling but I spent some time to make a little research for you.
The behavior you need is possible. Follow my instructions: - Open the key bindings dialog. Create a new shortcut (for example Win + F) and bind it with Tilling item called Toggle Floating. Apply. - When your actual window has a focus, press Win + F and window will loose its tiling - When you want to tile that window again, press the same shortcut
Thanks for the tip. I'll give it a shot when I'm back at my work 'puter. When I right-click on the title bar, there are window settings look like they're for toggling another apps or the users ability to move and resize the window, but it didn't prevent the tiling for me.
No, in moksha there is no border option for toggle tiling. In e24, it is. Maybe I should add it...
Please do. If Pop os is any indication, window tiling seems to be pretty popular when included on a traditional Linux os. Al long as it doesn't slow down the release of 6.0 too much The key binding trick worked for me- Thank you. One last thing- I don't see an option for window tiling under the guest account on the same computer. Am I missing something?