Working with background windowsIt is possible to move or resize a background window, without bringing it to the foreground--by holding the Ctrl key during the mouse operations.
Full PM Window DragThe setting
Single Input Queue FixTo activate the Warp Single Input Queue Fix, it is necessary to add the line
PM Keyboard Shortcuts
Standard window manipulationsAlt-F4:Closing the window.
Alt-F5:Restoring to the normal size.
Alt-F6:Moving the cursor between mutually associated windows.
Alt-F7:Moving the window with the help of the arrow keys.
Alt-F8:Sizing the window with the help of the arrow keys.
Alt-F9:Minimizing/hiding the window (depending on the object settings).
Alt-F10:Maximizing the window.
Alt-F11:Hiding the window.
Remark: Not all combinations work for every PM window.
Changing the FocusCtrl-Esc: Brings the Window List, which shows all opened objects and programs.
Alt-Esc: Jumps to the next opened object (window or
full screen program).
Alt-Shift-Tab: This has a very interesting behavior. If the WPS is not active (or if it is active but the desktop folder is not opened), it works as Alt-Tab, but in the reverse direction. If the desktop is opened then it works as if in addition the main instance of the desktop folder appeared as every second window, in the Window List (starting from its first instance). In particular, this key switches the focus to the main desktop from any other window.
Within the Window ListDclk1: Restoring the window to the normal size, and bringing it to the foreground.
Ctrl-dclk1: Maximizing the window, and bringing it to the foreground.
Shift-dclk1: Minimizing/hiding the window (depending on the object settings).
Alt-dclk1: Enables to edit the object title. The changes are temporary, in the sense that they are lost after closing the object. Requires WPS.