**f.panelmove** *geomstring*

This function moves the selected window to the location denoted

by the extended geometry specification *geomstring* as described

in **IconManagerGeometry**. Geometry aliases *left*, *right*, *top*,

*bottom* (e.g. *"left@pointer"*, *"top@1"*, etc.) denote the window

is to be moved and aligned to the left, right, top or bottom

edge on the specified target panel. A relative shift by *(X,Y)*

of the selected window can be specified by *"[01]x[01]+X+Y@P"*

analogously to the description in **f.panelzoom** below.

**f.panelzoom** *geomstring*

This function enlarges the selected window as denoted by the

extended geometry specification *geomstring* described in **Icon-**

**ManagerGeometry**. Accepted are *left*, *right*, *top*, *bottom*, *verti-*

*cal*, *horizontal*, *full* and *maximize* as geometry aliases in order

to perform a zoom operation analogous to **f.leftzoom**, ...,

**f.maximize** but restricted to the target panel specified by *@P*

of *geomstring*.

The non-aliased geometry string is used to denote relative zoom

by *(X,Y)* pixels and has the form *"[01]x[01]+X+Y@P"*, i.e. *W*, *H*

having values 0 or 1 denoting if the *X* or *Y* component (or both)

is to be considered in the following zoom operation. If *X* (or

*Y*) is positive, the right (or bottom) edge of the selected win-

dow is moved that many pixels to the right (or bottom). If *X*

(or *Y*) is negative, the left (or top) edge of the selected win-

dow is moved that many pixels to the left (or top) accordingly.

If *X* (or *Y*) is zero, then the corresponding window edge, left

or right (top or bottom) depending on the '-' or '+' of *X* (or

*Y*), is taken to the appropriate panel edge. The special value

*"-0-0"* of *geomstring* can be used to restore the original window

size and location after repeated execution of the geometry-

based zooming. Analogously *"+0+0"* overwrites the saved origi-

nal size/location with the current values of the window size

and location. (For values e.g. *"0x0+0+0@next"* the window is

only moved to the specified panel without changing its size,

keeping its relative location as on the source panel if possi-

ble.)