Window snapping of Musescore
There's a benefit in being able to 'snap' windows to the left/right screen with the OS's/window manager's shortcut system, especially top and bottom, so that a tiling of two separate programs can be available to the user's view on screen when certain actions call for it. Specifically, this is useful while copying notes from a document viewer while having MS up and in focus. I've noticed that while in Linux (XFCE), my snap functions for windows which work for practically everything don't work with MS when attempting to snap top and bottom. Left and right work though. It seems that it has something to do with the fact that MS's main window is limited to a certain size, meaning that if one attempts to resize MS's window by dragging, there's a limit allowed, understandable, but that some how this limit disables the ability to snap to top/bottom of the screen.
The question is, if this is worthy of a developer's edit, is there an acceptable way someone may change this behavior without doing injury to the standard behavior? e.g., remove the window minimum sizing or make it something more like 40% (vertical) or something rather than how it is, supposing this is the reason why there's a problem with snapping to the top/bottom portions of the screen?
Has anyone else had an issue with this? To demonstrate, I cycle through snap functions: Right, bottom, left, up. It works for a file manager, libreoffice, but MS does not respond to the top and bottom as shown. Also shown at the end is the 'limit' of height size.