Hi folks. I've recently purchased an Odyssey G9. Loving all the extra screen real-estate when using it in non-gaming activities (95% of the time). Support for window placement and snapping is great in Windows (either the Samsung software or Fancy Zones in Windows Powertools [https://www.onmsft.com/how-to/how-to-use-fancyzones-windows-10s-new-tiling-window-manager]). Unfortunately I've not seen anything like this for Linux. Something where you can define different (or even equal)-sized zone/tiles into which windows can be snapped using the keyboard or mouse. For example, four equal zones across the screen or three equal zones and then a fourth split into two smaller windows on the right hand size. While it is relatively easy to manually size windows to suit, a program for Linux like the ones mentioned above would make using this monitor effortless in Linux. Is anyone able to suggest a Linux app that helps in this way?