#1064 - 06/04/0109:05 PMRe: Move windows in the background
No need for distinction, we're talking two different things...<br><br>1. Command-click an active windows title bar (name) to get a popup window. The windw being active is an assumed state.<br><br>2. Command-click an inactive window on a draggable border to let it remain inactive while dragging.<br><br>Just another tip, command-click some whitespace in an active window (whitespace = the place where files would go...) to get a hand icon. From there, you can drag the window around...<br><br>Cipher13<br><br>
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