Re: [dev] wmii can save settings on close, can't it ?

From: Kris Maglione <>
Date: Sat, 14 Nov 2009 01:25:56 -0500

On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 12:47:54AM -0500, wrote:
>>And yes, i know that Firefox and Thunderbird sucks ;)
>and we both still use them !

I'm really amazed that anyone uses Thunderbird...

>So if I may re-iterate,
>pre-define where apps will open, using the tagging scripts,
>and then open each one from another script, and voila ?
>I /will/ need to lern more about dem tags.

Their tags, yes.

>here's a riddle or two;
>How do I include the column, and the order within the column, of each item ?
>Is there any way to also direct the window-mode (stack, default,
>maximum) for each column ?

No, that's not possible (except perhaps to launch them in the
right order and hope they open in that order again).

>I know this is asking a lot, but this functionality is make-or-break for me,
>and I'll bet important for may other potential-users who sometimes
>turn their computers off.

Yes, indeed it's asking a lot. Can I ask what other window
manager provides anything approaching that functionality? It
also seems a bit superfluous. The whole point of dynamic window
managers is to make static layouts unimportant. I've never
missed those kinds of features.

Kris Maglione
i've wondered whether Linux sysfs should be called syphilis
Received on Sat Nov 14 2009 - 06:25:56 UTC

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