Fullscreen criteria #3714
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i3 version: HEAD
my use case would be to control some things in fullscreen windows only with a wireless mouse
Are you sure this does what you want? It would bind those buttons for all windows (removing their primary function, which is probably scroll) and then just do nothing on most windows. That's not the same as overriding function only on fullscreen windows.
In particular the last example doesn't require the criterion at all as for non-fullscreened windows it would become a no-op.
nope that is not what i want :)
sounds good. will try that
OT: is there a way to bind only for windows with a special criterion?