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From an e-mail: It would be nice if PuTTY worked better with Windows' taskbar's "Tile Windows Horizontally/Vertically" context menu option. For simplicity let's say you have only two PuTTY windows open. And you right click the task bar and choose "Tile Horizontally". The PuTTY windows don't act the same as say, Notepad, would. Their size doesn't change yet they are positioned properly (one at the top and the other halfway down the screen). Try it with two Notepad windows (or pretty much any program) to see the difference. I assume it's because of PuTTY's strict resizing limitation -- based on the font in the terminal window. It would be great if window sizes were automatically resized to as be close as possible to what's requested of them by a system-wide "Tile Horizontally/Vertically" instruction.
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