[xmonad] Sticky windows, switch stacks and so on
some.any.key at gmail.com
Fri Nov 7 12:49:21 EST 2008
On Fri, Nov 07, 2008 at 08:59:11AM -0800, Sean Escriva wrote:
> > 1. Is it possible to have several windows to be placed on top
> > everytime, disregarding on layout or workspace currently
> > selected? Theese windows should not take focus (this mainly
> > needed for me to show some information windows like trayer and so
> > on on edges of screen). I know something about "avoid struts" and
> > it seems to be not what I need, as it reduces workspace zone. I'm
> > for now want only trayer window at top right corner.
> I believe this is the default behavior when not using ManageDocks,
> someone else can correct me.
The problem is default behaviour have one disadvantage, example:
1. I start trayer app.
2. Swith windows/workspaces - all ok, it behaves as i want.
3. Pick any window to floating layer - trayer hides on this
workspace ): .
I mean while i don't pick windows to floating layers - it works
as desired... is this bug?
> One of the best things you'll find about xmonad is how completely
> customizable it is, without needing too much knowledge of
> type/functions/internals. Although that doesn't hurt, and is fun to
> learn anyway.
"Customizations", "fun to learn"
This is the things why i switched to xmonad (and to GNU/Linux at
Great thanks for you tips.
Friday, 07 of November, 2008, 19:42
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