Re: Win gravity: Diff between ICCCM spec and EWMH
- From: Davor Buvinic <davor vtr net>
- To: Sasha Vasko <sasha aftercode net>
- Cc: wm-spec-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Win gravity: Diff between ICCCM spec and EWMH
- Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 12:12:24 -0400
On Friday 13 June 2003 11:21, you wrote:
> Davor Buvinic wrote:
> > I have a question regards window gravity manipulation:
> > The ICCCM spec (section 220.127.116.11) states the coordinates used to calculate
> > the win gravity reference point. The explanation is (I think) clear.
> > But in the implementation notes of the EWMH document (draft January
> > 2003), the author of the second table apparently is assuming that the
> > coordinate system is with respect to the inner border of the client
> > window, i.e. for a configure request that the window manager gets, its
> > need to asume the inner border is at (x, y). With this, the coordinates
> > of the outer border is (x-bw, y-bw).
> The ICCCM says :
> The [x,y] location of the window's upper left-outer corner.
> therefore you are right and I am wrong.
> The table should look like so :
> win_gravity: ref_x: ref_y:
> StaticGravity x+bw y+bw
> NorthWestGravity x y
> NorthGravity x+bw+(width/2) y
> NorthEastGravity x+bw+width+bw y
> EastGravity x+bw+width+bw y+bw+(height/2)
> SouthEastGravity x+bw+width+bw y+bw+height+bw
> SouthGravity x+bw+(width/2) y+bw+height+bw
> SouthWestGravity x y+bw+height+bw
> WestGravity x y+bw+(height/2)
> CenterGravity x+bw+(width/2) y+bw+(height/2)
OK. Thanks for your response. Now ICCCM and EWMH agree.
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