In Xubuntu 12.10, I am able to drag a window title bar to the top of the screen and it will maximize, but it will only maximize the top half of the display. Is there a way so it maximizes to the full screen like in Ubuntu?
I'm gonna give a late answer to this thread as I had the same problem for a good while before I found a nice solution. I'm on Xubuntu 14.04.
I installed Kwin, the window manager from KDE desktop. Everything works perfectly and windows tile to sides, corners, and maximize when draged to the top. Do:
Try it with
Input whatever in the first two fields and in the last one put
Save and log out and in again. Now you have the expected window tiling and OpenGL acceleration giving less tearing. You will get new window decorations. To change window manager settings, you can right click the title bar and choose
This feature is added to Xfce 4.12.
Open terminal and type the following:
This worked for me in Ubuntu 14.04...
Simple answer is no, this feature does not exist in Xfce 4.10
Alt+F5 Maximize current Width
Alt+F6 Maximize current Height
Alt+F9 Minimize current window.
Alt+F10 Maximize the current window.
Or create your own shortcut using the Window Manager in the settings
I found this: LINK