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move windows using super #324

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nixingizgood opened this Issue Sep 7, 2016 · 6 comments

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I disabled alt-dragging for inkscape using 'nodrag'. Inkscape's tools make use of alt-click dragging to provide additional functionality. For example, doing so with the select tool invokes "freehand select" (versus a rectangular select)

But what I really want is to remap alt-drag to super-drag for moving windows. I have encountered zero conflicts to date, and don't foresee any for the future. Therefore, I consider Super to be the logical choice for movement, and would appreciate an option to set it.

As an idea... <MoveMask>4</MoveMask>

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I like the idea of making that configurable. Adding a mask attribute to the existing MoveMode element is another idea.

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joewing commented Sep 7, 2016

I like the idea of making that configurable. Adding a mask attribute to the existing MoveMode element is another idea.

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Indeed, as an attribute seems more correct

Indeed, as an attribute seems more correct

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This should work as of snapshot 1550:

<MoveMode mask="4">opaque</MoveMode>
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joewing commented Sep 8, 2016

This should work as of snapshot 1550:

<MoveMode mask="4">opaque</MoveMode>

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@joewing joewing added this to the Version 2.3.7 milestone Sep 8, 2016

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This really needs to be on the documentation at https://joewing.net/projects/jwm/config.shtml

I spent about 2 hours looking through the code (I'm no programmer) trying to see if I could accomplish this.

HellishINC commented Oct 12, 2016

This really needs to be on the documentation at https://joewing.net/projects/jwm/config.shtml

I spent about 2 hours looking through the code (I'm no programmer) trying to see if I could accomplish this.

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Sorry about that. I usually update the online documentation as I get time or when I'm doing a release (this particular feature isn't in a release yet). The man page should be more current.

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joewing commented Oct 12, 2016

Sorry about that. I usually update the online documentation as I get time or when I'm doing a release (this particular feature isn't in a release yet). The man page should be more current.

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It's cool, I learned how to create a patch using git diff as well as using makepkg on arch. I just wanted to poke you to update the docs.

It's cool, I learned how to create a patch using git diff as well as using makepkg on arch. I just wanted to poke you to update the docs.

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