Make it do a backflip. But seriously, wmutils's contrib scripts with multihead.
The core scripts (aka *_disp)
These allow using wmutils's stuff with multihead displays. Check it out:
Get the geometry of the display with the given name.
Return which display the coordinates or the current window is positioned on. Technically, the window's top left corner.
List all the available displays.
Imports from wmutils/contrib
Scripts that needed to be modified for multihead awareness.
Grids out only on the current display. (perhaps needs to grid out on all displays too with a flag? hmmmm tasty)
Tiles all the windows on the current display instead of every window. Wowza.
Now, it fullscreens to the current monitor.
It snaps to the monitor where the pointer is.
fsd sometimes unfullscreens things when I moved them already. Probably shouldn't do that.
There are some old bindings in backflip.sxhkd that don't work any more. Namely, the 'help' binding to show the current list of bindings.
Since fsd works on single head screens too, it probably should be renamed to fullscreen with the old one being removed.
Backflip is, at it's core, a model-view-controller for a desktop metaphor. Wmutils manages the model of the windows themselves, while mmutils takes care of the multiple screens available.
- Window manipulation
- Desktop querying