Re: [PATCH] maximize-horizontally/vertically behaviour change + fix

Teika Kazura <teika lavabit com> writes:

> Jeremy asks:
>> What determines the order by which windows are taken up by sawfish?
> Rule lacks, and that's the very problem. Furthermore, matcher sets
> rules for one by one window. But when maximization is involved, then
> first it should set "avoided" property for all windows, and
> maximization have to succeed that. I don't know the case of
> window-history, but I guess it's similar to matcher.

One way to go would be to duplicate what the matcher stuff does:
maximization is queued to take place later by setting window properties
like queued-vertical-maximize, which is caught and acted upon later (in
the after-add-window-hook).

But I don't understand what's going on when sawfish starts up and there
are already windows managed by the server (e.g., on sawfish restart).

Jeremy Hankins <nowan nowan org>

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