Gary W. Swearingen
garys at opusnet.com
Thu Apr 27 16:35:21 UTC 2006
Peter Garrett <peter.garrett at optusnet.com.au> writes:
> I would guess FVWM does this or something like it too. [It does everything
> else, with much hacking of config files, it would seem ;-) ]
IIRC, my fvwm2 had it and I never added anything to config for it.
I never used it, except by accident when I cursed it. I either
clicked the page buttons or more often switched with custom kp1, kp3,
kp7, kp9 keys. (I gave each desktop a different color, with red for
my "root" desktop.)
I try (half-heartedly) to keep my windows a couple of pixels away from
the edge so I can more quickly activate root window pointer functions.
I'd like a window manager that enforces the policy. I was pleased to
see Ubuntu's default WM didn't allows windows to pass its upper panel,
but thought it strange it had a different policy for the other panel.
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