Re: [README] New default keybindings [second attempt]

C-M-down and C-M-up for raise/lower is o.k. But something else then -m
for maximize is not intuitive. we may use S-M-m but that's also not
intuitive and then we would have to switch all bindings from C- to S-.

... What does C-M-m in emacs do? (I'm from "the other side", using
vim) ;)


Am Donnerstag, den 19.02.2009, 23:11 +0200 schrieb Timo Korvola:
> Christopher Roy Bratusek <zanghar freenet de> writes:
> > been reading your comments, and here is a trimmed-down proposed list:
> Still some rather bad conflicts with Emacs, particularly C-M-s and
> C-M-r.  I use C-M-up and C-M-down for raise and lower, C-S-M-up for
> vertical maximize (needed more often than horizontal or both) and
> C-S-M-down for iconify.
> According to ICCCM Section 6.3 "window managers should ensure that
> they provide some mechanism for their clients to receive events from
> all keys and all buttons".  Inspired by C-q in Emacs, the function
> quote-event was written to provide such a mechanism (although the
> version currently distributed fails to support mouse buttons).
> However, it is clumsy if you have to use it a lot.  A toggle to
> disable wm bindings might be better in that case.  Personally I just
> try to avoid wm bindings that overlap with oft used application
> bindings.

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