Re: [wmii] Re: latest changes

From: hiro <>
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 15:20:34 +0200

Lol my correction in the second mail would not even work.
I also thing that Xinerama support is the right direction to go. I'm
very happy about this.

Now I hope I can switch back from windows somehow. Time for trying out
the latest kernel.

I forgot the feel of wmii, it's so fast:D

On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 10:58 AM, Thomas Dahms
<> wrote:
> Hi all,
> this is my first post to the list, switched back from dwm and dwm-gtx back
> to wmii recently for more flexibility in window arrangements.
> The diff is no longer needed with the latest tip. And creating columns at
> the left also works now. However, what does not work for me any longer is
> the following: I use these lines in wmiirc to resize always the leftmost
> column:
> Key $MODKEY-Control-$LEFT
> wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl grow 1 1 right -1
> Key $MODKEY-Control-$RIGHT
> wmiir xwrite /tag/sel/ctl grow 1 1 right 1
> This does now resize the second column, not the first. It still worked in
> hg2348. I switched now to "sel sel" instead of "1 1", but have to select the
> first column now.
> Xinerama (or XRandR in my case) never really worked for me with any of the
> recent versions, but it is even more broken in hg2374: Adding a screen with
> xrandr and reexecuting wmii results in an endless loop of redrawing the
> windows and bar.
> I really like the idea of Xinerama support and am looking forward to the
> next versions.
> Regards,
> Thomas
> Alex Kilgore wrote:
>> Thanks, that diff worked just fine, the changes look really good so
>> far, I really like the idea of having support for Xinerama, ( i havent been
>> able to test that yet because i have no second monitor here ) but I am
>> looking forward to that as soon as i can get my second monitor out!
>> After applying the diff that was provided in the previous message. the
>> only thing I see that is a little odd is that moving a window left of the
>> initial column crashes wmii, also so does toggling full screen on and off
>> several times in default mode (though I think that might have happened
>> before)
>> Looks great!
>> Alex
Received on Thu Oct 16 2008 - 13:20:34 UTC

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