Friday, July 18, 2008

How to move a window to another desktop

How to move a window in Ubuntu:

Way 1: Put your mouse pointer on the title bar of your window and press your mouse button. While it is pressed in, you can move it. If you keep moving it to the left or the right, it will eventually end up in another workspace.

Way 2: The same as way 1, only now you move your mouse pointer to any place in a window. Press Alt and click your mouse button.

1 comment:

Shane said...

An even easier way (in Hardy) is to right click the window title bar, and select either Move to Workspace Right, or Move to another Workspace -> and choose workspace.

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