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Re: [STUMP] Have focus follow move-window

From: Burton Samograd
Subject: Re: [STUMP] Have focus follow move-window
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 13:06:50 -0600
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"Michael Raskin" <address@hidden> writes:

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>>"Michael Raskin" <address@hidden> writes:
>>> 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...
>>Yup, I put it into my .stumpwmrc.  As for mainline, I would have found
>>it a useful default behaviour and I'm sure that I'm not the only one
>>that uses :sloppy.
> People who use :sloppy, please say what should move-focus do.
> Where should it put ratcursor? I would see the point of window center,
> top-left corner and the middle of the top side. I guess that to make
> this configurable (if needed), we'd need to know what would different
> people like.

I put the cursor in the top left corner after trying to place it in the
middle.  I couldn't get putting the cursor in the center to work
reliably so I just stuck it in the left hand corner with an offset which
seemed to work fine.

Of course, I vote for what I did, but making it configurable would be an

Burton Samograd

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