|Subject:||[STUMP] Question about neighbour in tile-group.lisp|
|Date:||Wed, 26 Oct 2011 19:45:30 -0700|
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I was reading the recent posts about having the cursor follow a window move and decided to try it out. I use the :sloppy focus method.
It turns out that my commands don't take advantage of Michael's enhancements to move-focus-and-or-window because they move windows from one frame to the next in a frameset, instead of directionally (:up, :down, :left, :right).
I dug a little deeper and found that most of the "focus" functions deal with :up, :down, :left, and :right, but not - from a frameset perspective - :next and :prev.
It seems to me that functions like move-focus-and-or-window or neighbour should also take :prev and :next as values for direction in addition to :up, :down, :left, and :right.
Can anyone explain this difference to me? Is there some kind of history behind these two un-unified sets of direction, (:prev and :next) and (:up :down :left and :right)?
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