xmonad-contrib-0.13: Third party extensions for xmonad

Copyright(c) 2008 David Roundy <droundy@darcs.net>
LicenseBSD3-style (see LICENSE)
MaintainerAdam Vogt <vogt.adam@gmail.com>
Stabilityunstable
Portabilityunportable
Safe HaskellNone
LanguageHaskell98

XMonad.Layout.BoringWindows

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Description

BoringWindows is an extension to allow windows to be marked boring

Synopsis

Usage

You can use this module with the following in your ~/.xmonad/xmonad.hs:

import XMonad.Layout.BoringWindows

Then edit your layoutHook by adding the layout modifier:

myLayout = boringWindows (Full ||| etc..)
main = xmonad def { layoutHook = myLayout }

Then to your keybindings, add:

, ((modm, xK_j), focusUp)
, ((modm, xK_k), focusDown)
, ((modm, xK_m), focusMaster)

For more detailed instructions on editing the layoutHook see:

XMonad.Doc.Extending

boringWindows :: (LayoutClass l a, Eq a) => l a -> ModifiedLayout BoringWindows l a Source #

boringAuto :: (LayoutClass l a, Eq a) => l a -> ModifiedLayout BoringWindows l a Source #

Mark windows that are not given rectangles as boring

focusUp :: X () Source #

data UpdateBoring Source #

UpdateBoring is sent before attempting to view another boring window, so that layouts have a chance to mark boring windows.

Constructors

UpdateBoring 

Instances

Message UpdateBoring Source # 

data BoringWindows a Source #

Instances

LayoutModifier BoringWindows Window Source # 

Methods

modifyLayout :: LayoutClass l Window => BoringWindows Window -> Workspace WorkspaceId (l Window) Window -> Rectangle -> X ([(Window, Rectangle)], Maybe (l Window)) Source #

modifyLayoutWithUpdate :: LayoutClass l Window => BoringWindows Window -> Workspace WorkspaceId (l Window) Window -> Rectangle -> X (([(Window, Rectangle)], Maybe (l Window)), Maybe (BoringWindows Window)) Source #

handleMess :: BoringWindows Window -> SomeMessage -> X (Maybe (BoringWindows Window)) Source #

handleMessOrMaybeModifyIt :: BoringWindows Window -> SomeMessage -> X (Maybe (Either (BoringWindows Window) SomeMessage)) Source #

pureMess :: BoringWindows Window -> SomeMessage -> Maybe (BoringWindows Window) Source #

redoLayout :: BoringWindows Window -> Rectangle -> Maybe (Stack Window) -> [(Window, Rectangle)] -> X ([(Window, Rectangle)], Maybe (BoringWindows Window)) Source #

pureModifier :: BoringWindows Window -> Rectangle -> Maybe (Stack Window) -> [(Window, Rectangle)] -> ([(Window, Rectangle)], Maybe (BoringWindows Window)) Source #

hook :: BoringWindows Window -> X () Source #

unhook :: BoringWindows Window -> X () Source #

modifierDescription :: BoringWindows Window -> String Source #

modifyDescription :: LayoutClass l Window => BoringWindows Window -> l Window -> String Source #

Read a => Read (BoringWindows a) Source # 
Show a => Show (BoringWindows a) Source # 

Tips

variant of Full

An alternative to Full is XMonad.Layout.Simplest. Less windows are ignored by focusUp and focusDown. This may be helpful when you want windows to be uninteresting by some other layout modifier (ex. XMonad.Layout.Minimize)