Re: [dev] [dwm] Why does gimp float by default

From: Ivan Kanakarakis <>
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2012 15:25:58 +0300

I think this works nicely at least for single image editing

anyway, khm has the point
it's just an example on how to have floating clients
it doesnt have to make sense

On 27 September 2012 15:15, Nick <> wrote:

> Quoth Samantha Baldwin:
> > I disagree, I tend to want hand-control of the windows when I use
> > gimp. The default two-tool-window + one-window-per-image format
> > doesn't lend itself very well to dwm's tiling scheme, in my opinion.
> Oh, OK, I guess I use gimp differently to others, then. I like to
> have all the gimp windows in their own tag, and just let dwm tile
> the windows as appropriate. But if lots of other people find it
> easier to manage floating, then maybe I was wrong about it being a
> bad default.
> Out of curiousity, why do people find manually managing gimp's tool
> windows easier? For me the multiple windows makes automatic window
> management even more important. I think I'd find gimp quite annoying
> without tiling window management.
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