On Nov 27, 2007 8:10 PM, Elijah Newren <newren gmail com> wrote:
> I'd rather it were just a width/height -- measured in monitors rather
> than pixels -- than either of those two choices.  Does that make
> sense?  Sure, WMs would have to figure out how to squeeze the window
> appropriately if the window was on monitors of different sizes, but
> that's no different than the original hint either.  Also, I don't see
> why the x & y should be hardcoded in the message (an initial placement
> hint, maybe?)  -- does it not make sense to let the user move the
> virtual machine "window" to some different set of monitors with the
> same overall size?

This is fine for the plain old xinerama way of doing things where monitors are
arranged via "LeftOf" and the like.  It doesn't cope at all with the
introduced by the new RandR hotness (which basically lets you put a monitor
anywhere on the framebuffer that you like).


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