Thanks to the function icons, the individual functions virtually explain themselves.
If you select this arrangement, then all open windows will be shown at the same size on the screen. Naturally several rows and columns of windows are possible.
Here you can choose whether the current window, the others or even all open windows should be optimized to their individual magnifications. This means, for instance, that for a document window displaying a DIN A7 page in the 1:1 resolution, the image borders will then cling exactly to the edges of the page and so will fit completely on the screen in almost all screen resolutions.
Here you can choose whether the current window, the others or even all open windows should be opened up to the full window size, which means the standard window size in which documents are usually opened in Calamus. This normally excludes the top and left part of the screen with the Top row and module function groups and areas. However, you can alter this standard window size and position in the System parameters module, perhaps to leave room at the bottom or right of the screen for further screen objects or windows.
Here you can choose whether the current window, the others or even all open windows should be iconified. Iconification means that the Document window is shrunk to a small rectangle and placed at bottom left of the screen. In contrast to other programs, Calamus displays not just a placeholder icon for each iconified window, but even reproduces the document window contents themselves in this window in WYSIWYG fashion!
Here you can choose where the other windows should be positioned
with reference to the currently active window. Select the
corresponding position button. In addition you can choose whether the
current window should
make room for the other windows, e.g. if
it should shrink to 50 % of its current size, or whether it should
remain unchanged (value = 0 %).
This switch ensures that other windows such as, say, the Eddie text editor window, Navigator windows etc. should be excluded from the window arrangement function.
When this switch is set, this dialog will appear not just when
Define window arrangements icon is clicked on, but also for