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8.14.3 Maximizing Without Borders

The “fullscreen” and “fullxinerama” categories of maximizing commands maximize the window to some extent and remove all the window’s decorations. If necessary, Sawfish will pad the bottom and right window edges to make the window fill the complete extent. (This is usually required for terminal windows, for example.)

The “fullscreen” category maximizes the window to the current screen.

Function: maximize-window-fullscreen window state
Command: maximize-window-fullscreen window

Maximize both dimensions of window on the screen, removing window decorations and making the window edges flush with the screen sides.

If state nil, it unmaximizes. Else, it maximizes. If called as a command, it always maximizes.

Function: maximize-window-fullscreen-toggle window
Command: maximize-window-fullscreen-toggle window

Toggle the state of window between maximized and unmaximized in the screen, removing window decorations and making the window edges flush with the screen sides.

The “fullxinerama” category maximizes the window to the entire Xinerama display.

Function: maximize-window-fullxinerama window state
Command: maximize-window-fullxinerama window

Maximize both dimensions of window across all Xinerama screens, removing window decorations and making the window edges flush with the screen sides.

If state nil, it unmaximizes. Else, it maximizes. If called as a command, it always maximizes.

Function: maximize-window-fullxinerama-toggle window
Command: maximize-window-fullxinerama-toggle window

Toggle the state of window between maximized and unmaximized across all Xinerama screeens, removing window decorations and making the window edges flush with the screen sides.