RE: [dev] [DWM] How do I read if a client is on top of the stack?

From: Jente Hidskes <>
Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2013 20:52:22 +0200

Thanks - I will submit it to the wiki later. I have already had a few comments about my emails, but I can not find the settings I need to send pure text only. I have just rounded up an improved smfact patch; I will send only that one for now until I find the setting. You won't be bothered by my stupid Outlook email (former Hotmail, not the Outlook program) any more. I apologise for any inconveniences I have caused.



Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2013 20:48:22 +0200
Subject: Re: [dev] [DWM] How do I read if a client is on top of the stack?

Imho looks ok. You should consider adding it to the wiki.
Nevertheless please stop sending richtext mails to the list.

On 6 April 2013 19:15, Jente Hidskes <> wrote:

I already got this working, even though I'm unsure if I have done so correctly. Could you quickly check? The patch I'm currently using can be found here:

If you have no time for this, I completely understand and since it already works anyway, please do ignore my question.



> Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2013 18:30:16 +0200
> Subject: Re: [dev] [DWM] How do I read if a client is on top of the stack?

> To:
> Hi there,

> Also make sure that the second result != the first, otherwise there is
> only one tiled client.
> Best regards,
> Anselm

> On 17 March 2013 20:15, Jente Hidskes <> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am modifying push.c, changing it to the following:

> > in the stack. This is done.
> > 2. When client is on bottom in the stack, pushdown does nothing. This is
> > done.

> > done; currently it "loops" through all the clients in the stack and places
> > it on the bottom.
> >

> > stack so I can disable pushup in this situation.
> >
> > Also, currently I detect if the next client is master (to disable

> > correct way to detect this? You can find my current code here:
> >

> > Thanks in advance for your time and replies!
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