Re: [wmii] Dynamicness, Window Sizes (again, sorry) and Xinerama.

From: redondos <>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 17:55:17 -0300

On Wed, Apr 12 06:34, Adrian Ratnapala wrote:
> On 12/04/06, Anselm R. Garbe <> wrote:
> > Yet another idea which has been implemented in hg tip, which
> > seems straightforward. Instead of having the $MODKEY-Shift-n
> > shortcut to create new columns, I recently removed this. Instead
> > columns are created to the left or to the right on column
> > boundaries driven by move next/prev. This makes the overall
> This sounds intersting, but I don't understand it...

Instead of having to create a new column explicitely, you can just move
a client to a non-existant column using the proper key combination.

So, if you only have one column and 2 clients in it, you could hit
M-S-h to create a column to the left of the current one, and send the
currently focused client to it.

Is it clearer now?

> > concept more easy and natural and reduces once key combo. And a
> > benefit is, that we now really have hjkl homerow navigation and
> > manipulation shortcuts.
> P.S. what the hell is hg tip ?-)

Please see Q: What are branches, heads, and the tip? on


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