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    [10.6] Locking Windows?
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    [10.6] Locking Windows?
    Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone knew an app compatible with 10.6.2, which can give me the capabilities of what Windows does with program windows, where if you maximize the window, it locks it so it can't move around the screen.

    I only want this mainly for Firefox and the likes of full screen applications (Mail aswell), so any help would be greatly appreciated.


    Many thanks,
    Adam.
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    [10.6] Locking Windows?
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    Not being pushy but does anyone know a solution for this?
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    [10.6] Locking Windows?
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    it isn't windows. there's really never been a 'full screen' paradigm.. sorry.
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    [10.6] Locking Windows?
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    They already are locked in place and can only be moved by a combination of three items: placing the cursor on the top bar, holding down the left mouse button or trackpad button and simultaneously dragging.

    No, no one has come out with an app to prevent this from happening.
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