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Re: [STUMP] Have focus follow move-window

From: Michael Raskin
Subject: Re: [STUMP] Have focus follow move-window
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 20:20:10 +0400

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>>>I was wondering if there was a way to force the focus to follow a
>>>move-window.  I have my mouse focus policy set to :sloppy, so I'm not
>>>sure if that is causing me to lose window focus when I do a
>>> move-window.
>> My StumpWM ignores mouse for focus and focus follows move-window.
>> My understanding of sloppy is "focus is where the mouse is", so I cannot
>> see why move-window could not lead to focus loss - the window is now not
>> where the mouse is, after all.
>> You can define a command that does a move-window and then does ratwarp
>> to the center of the target frame in your StumpWM rc file. 
>I modified move-focus-and-or-window in tile-group.lisp to be as follows:
>(defun move-focus-and-or-window (dir &optional win-p)
>  (declare (type (member :up :down :left :right) dir))
>  (let* ((group (current-group))
>         (new-frame (neighbour dir (tile-group-current-frame group) 
> (group-frames group)))
>         (window (current-window)))
>    (when new-frame
>      (if (and win-p window)
>          (progn
>            (pull-window window new-frame)
>            (when (eq *mouse-focus-policy* :sloppy)
>                (progn
>                  (focus-frame group new-frame)
>                  (warp-pointer (window-screen window)
>                                (+ 8 (frame-x new-frame))
>                                (+ 8 (frame-y new-frame))))))
>          (focus-frame group new-frame)))))
>Seems to work for me now. Thanks for the advice.

I recommend putting this into .stumpwmrc - so you will not lose it 
across StumpWM updates. Whether it is a good change for mainline, I am
not sure...

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