Re: [wmii] wmii-3 and window 'z-index'/'z-stack' handling problem with the float layout

From: Sean E. Russell <>
Date: Sat, 14 Oct 2006 08:52:50 -0400

On Friday 13 October 2006 20:54, Jeffrey Lim wrote:
> Consider the old wmii-2 way of handling the float layout in terms of
> z-stacking - it was very intuitive, and quite plain and simple. What u
> expected (intuitively) was what u really got. If u had window 1 at the
> top of the z-stack, and then subsequently brought window 2 up to the
> top (by cycling to it), window 3 and 4 did not also pop up to the top
> too for no apparent reason to obscure window 1. The natural user will
> naturally start to think... "what the .... for????"


I didn't come to WMII until v3, so I wasn't aware that it ever behaved
differently... but I agree that this is WMII's most aggrivating behavior at
the moment.

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