2009/7/7 Jason Weber <baboon@imon...>:
> Is XMonad tiling only, I mean like tiling required? Wasn't there
> something a while
It has a "floating" layout which respects geometries, but other than that...
> Anyhow, FvwmProxy won't create your layout, but if you stick them together,
> it will keep them stuck. If you have an idea on how proxy windows could
> be extended to better fit an efficient workflow, I'm ready to listen.
Alas, FvwmProxy won't help here, since the assumption that (rightly)
makes is that the window is at its current size due to:
* Wanting to be (PPosition)
* Because the user said so (--geometry)
* Because the user meant it, really (PositionPlacement)
* The user knew best, go away, application (NoPPosition)
In either case, this seems to fall outside of FvwmProxy's remit -- in
that it rightly doesn't make the above assumptions and just works with
what its been told.
(BTW --- an updated "examples" section in its manpage wouldn't go
amiss -- as per the recent Debian bug, it seems people are eager to
try this module, but misunderstand what it can do. Jason, you wrote
it, how about an explanation as to how *you* use it? :))