[xmonad] ManageHook and child windows
Pablo Olmos de Aguilera C.
pablo at glatelier.org
Sun Jul 8 02:40:00 CEST 2012
On 7 July 2012 18:44, Brandon Allbery <allbery.b at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Now, I checked the code and noticed a getTransientForHint being used to
>> > check for this. Is there a way to add the above to it?
>> Did you have success? I'm having the same problem... each time firefox
>> spawn a window it appears in a fixed workspace (which is not always
>> the same that I'm using it), also most of them are dialogs, but they
>> tend to tile themselvs which is umconfortable.
> I started to rework the transients at one point with the above in mind, buit
> it caused very odd breakages. I never did get the chance to track down
> exactly what was going on, and at this point I can't do so :(
There's something I could help?
> My best luck with Firefox was to doFloat windows whose appName was
> "Toplevel" (a bit of laziness on the Firefox devs' part...)
Thanks for the tip :). I was giving className Firefox the doFloat
property, because I found is less work have to "tile" manually
firefox, than float every time firefox creates a dialog (or window)
which is kind of often.
Still, that doesn't solve the fact that if I move the main window to
another workspace, some dialogs appeared in the one I configured
through the managehook, so sometimes firefox seems to be unresponsive
when really it's waiting from prompt (but on another workspace).
I still don't understand though if this is actually a bug on firefox,
maybe it deserves to be reported.
Pablo Olmos de Aguilera Corradini - @PaBLoX
Linux User: #456971 - http://counter.li.org/
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