On Thu, 23 Mar 2000, you wrote:
> This question popped up a couple of weeks ago but I'm not sure if
> anyone suggested a solution. The question is, if you are using kde
> by default it gives you four desktop areas. If an application is opened
> which creates a window which is too large for the current area is
> there a way of getting the cropped sections of the window to appear
> in the adjacent desktop areas (vis-a-vis in the same manner as gnome
> does it)?
I'd imagine this is not something you could change with a setting. It's just
a difference between kwm and, say, enlightenment.
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