Click mouse button 2 at the position on the map you wish to move to.
The viewfinder moves to the new position. Note that the
corresponding view area may lie across the boundaries
of several adjacent work areas.
This allows you to see windows together that lie in the different
work areas instead of having to view them separately.
Drag the viewfinder to the required position using mouse button 2
and drop it there. You may find that this allows you to position
the view area more precisely.
You can specify the precision with which you can position the viewfinder using
the resources *snapDistanceX and
*snapDistanceY if *snapActiveScreen
is also set to ``True''.
If you click with mouse button 2 on a symbolic window and drag,
you move the symbolic window, not the viewfinder
(provided that the window is not nailed).
This is the normal method by which you can move windows around
If the window has been nailed, its symbolic window behaves as
though it is part of the viewfinder:
moving the symbolic window moves the viewfinder.
You can move the viewfinder independently if you unnail the window.