In windows 7, when a window's edge came really near the edge of a screen, it would snap to that edge. This was pretty useful, but windows 8 doesn't seem to do that. Note that I'm not talking about the Aero "Snap" feature that also resizes the windows.
What happened to this and how can I enable it?
I'm using a system with 3 monitors on windows 8.1.
I created a drag and drop application.I am creeating imageVies programatically and drag them on the screen with snap to grid.My curently problem is that I don't want to overlap 2 images because I have the advantage of the snap to grid.I want to implement a feature that will move the imageview to the nearest empty space where there is no imageView
I have not posted any work untill now because is no
I have a file that contains text something like this
SNAPSHOT snap-021ede4a vol-bc3f89c0 completed 2012-11-19T06:05:26+0000 100% 170495546006 850 Created by CreateImage(i-6adc0515) for ami-977dfafe from vol-bc3f89c0
TAG snapshot snap-021ede4a project PAC
TAG snapshot snap-021ede4a Name AWSVA-ADPACLD01V
TAG snapshot snap-021ede4a environment DEV
SNAPSHOT snap-02456b66 vol-c54
I have a canvas that is constantly being redrawn using a runnable. On this canvas a user can place bitmaps from a list and then drag these images around and place them as desired. I would like to give the option to snap images when in close proximity to each other but I am not sure what is the best way to go about this.