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KDE 4 has a feature 'ElectricBorders' which maximizes a window when it's dragged towards the upper edge of the screen. I can disable it globally by editing ~/.kde4/share/config/kwinrc

[Windows]
ElectricBorderMaximize=false

How can I disable this feature for a specific window? I find this extremely annoying in google chrome.

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I'd use GUI to make window-specific rules:

right-click on window title:

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Thanks, but I don't have the option to disable ElectricBorders from the GUI tool. – qwerus Sep 30 '13 at 12:42

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