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Moving a window above the top bar in Gnome 3 classic shell

11/19/17

  11:09:00 am by wdawe, Categories: General
Moving a window above the top bar in Gnome 3 classic shell

Trying to move a window up to click a button that's off the button because your screen is to small? Before Gnome 3 the Alt ley was the one to hold down while dragging the window. With Gnome 3 they key you need to use has changed to the Windows key which for some reason Gnome calls the Super key instead of the Windows key. On Centos 7 the firewall configuration GUI isn't shown in settings. It's the application that I needed to move up to adjust on my laptop as shown in the screenshot at the beginning of this post.

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