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Proper full screen support #34
I'd would love to see a non-native full screen option for macOS. The native solution isn't great. Personally I use iTerm right now with a hotkey to toggle a full screen window's visibility, meaning it just appears on top of whatever I have open, regardless of what desktop I'm on. Via the native solution you'd be switched away to a application specific desktop which sucks.
For what it is worth, on Linux, you can install
Notice that this works because 'Alacritty' is the title of the window. So, if your tmux config changes the title, you have to be aware of this and adjust either the new title or the key-binding/alias to match.
Also, I have found trying to invoke an alias with a tmux key-binding does not work, so just type in the entire command it references instead.
What are your thoughts on binding shell commands to the keys in the Alacritty config? Can you do that with other terminal emulators?
I really witsh we could change the font size without restarting Alacritty. Maybe we could think of giving the
@TaylorDennisLee thanks for that, you can still do it not knowing the window name using the id instead, with xdotool:
@jwilm I didn't manage to do that in the
What I did is just put this in
And this in
Good call @botverse your approach is much cleaner. It would be kind of cool if we could write inline scripts right in the
I say make Alacritty as versatile and powerful as possible, just don't give it a drop-down menu or any kind of gui anything.
For what it's worth, this code above also works directly from
Also, unsure if it's still an issue (or ever was) but an absolute path to wmctrl isn't required here, since wmctrl is (should be) in my/your $PATH.