Re: [wmii] /def/inc

From: Uriel <>
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2006 17:11:34 +0100

If the gaps bother you so much, use clients that don't ask for
inc-handling(eg., 9term), or as I have suggested thousands of times,
submit a patch to your favorite term developers so it stops asking for
pointless inc-handling.

I think it is a better idea to stack all clients towards the top, see
how much space you have left, and see if it's enough add an extra
increment to any of the existing clients in the stack, whatever is
left can be ignored and left at the bottom. That would leave a maximum
gap of the minimum increment of any client in the stack, which sounds
acceptable. But maybe that was what you were doing already.


On 3/1/06, Anselm R. Garbe <> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 01, 2006 at 02:33:12PM +0100, Uriel wrote:
> > Bullshit, there should be no option because inc handling should
> > _always_ be enabled. Because that is how X works! If your X clients
> > ask for braindamaged crap, too frking bad, X is braindamaged, big
> > news! If you don't want inc-handling use clients that don't ask for
> > it!
> In general I agree on this and found a half proper way to do
> this, already in hg tip. Instead of getting fat gaps at the
> bottom, all windows share the available space among each other.
> Here is a shot how this relaxing works:
> Regards,
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