[xmonad] Layout.Gaps and PerScreen; is it going to happen?
mr.progo at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 10:59:48 EST 2010
I did manage to get Conky set its struts properly against the Google
consensus (I was going to reply yesterday to say that Conky can't
strut but they were all wrong;)
However, apparently Conky sets a wrong kind of attributes to its strut:
_NET_WM_STRUT_PARTIAL(CARDINAL) = 0, 0, 0, 201, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 4032, 4239
_NET_WM_STRUT(CARDINAL) = 0, 0, 0, 201
Graphically presented, this picture represents a "Full" layout with a
black terminal, red conky and white is unused background:
I would very much like to have the unused strut space on the right
side all the way to the top. This way Rainlendar could sneak in
without strutting also.
I just wonder if the issue here is caused by conky (the above WM_STRUT
records indicate so, if I am reading it correctly) or avoidStruts. I
did try the more specific avoidStrutsOn [R] but it didn't do anything
besides the basic operations a plain "avoidStruts" does.
Enlighten me, o mighty one.
On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 20:58, <wagnerdm at seas.upenn.edu> wrote:
> If conky and rainlendar set their struts properly, you should be able to get
> by with manageDocks/avoidStruts. Documentation:
> Quoting Mikael Puhakka <mr.progo at gmail.com>:
>> Dear Xmonad community,
>> I've recently switched to Xmonad from a 3-year relationship with
>> Fluxbox and just after 4-5 days of daily using I am beginning to love
>> this thing very passionately.
>> However, the old habits die hard and I don't even want to let go of
>> every of them. Some vices of mine include a small Conky instance in a
>> corner, a pseudo-transparent xterm tail -f :ing /var/log/messages with
>> semi-hourly fortunes, and a Rainlendar the flashy calendar
>> The "tail -f" monitor behind stuff in tiled environments such as this
>> doesn't make much sense but I rather wouldn't part from the other two.
>> Basically the subject says it all; I wonder if there is a working Gap
>> modifier that would work on one screen only (I have currently a
>> tri-head xinerama setup). I googled through the mailing lists and
>> since 2008 there has been no fuzz about it.
>> Am I left with a hack like a gapped layout to be used with one screen
>> only, or is there a better solution for this? These applications don't
>> do well with Layout.Monitor or alike. As a lazy workaround I've been
>> using "Circle" layout for that particular screen and workspace (it's
>> surprisingly handy and not just an eye toy).
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