[Xmonad] darcs patch: WindowNavigation: don't export the confi... (and 3 more)

David Roundy droundy at darcs.net
Tue Oct 16 17:39:42 EDT 2007

Hi all,

I couldn't stand the ugliness of the border-color code.  This computes
properly a border that is an average of your focussed and normal border
colors, averaged in rgb space.  I'm not sure about the best default
weighting of this average, but am sure that this is the nicest default
behavior:  you can see which way navigation will take you, but you don't
have to configure yet another color, and it automatically matches with
whatever you've already got in your config.

Perhaps we could do something analogous for tab colors? Users probably
usually only want to configure the background and foreground colors and
maybe the contrast? Right now, we've got six colors, and if you change
one, you probably want to change three, which suggests they aren't as
orthogonal as they could be.


Sat Oct 13 05:05:24 EDT 2007  Andrea Rossato <andrea.rossato at unibz.it>
  * WindowNavigation: don't export the config constructor and some haddock fixes
  I told to David I would have taken care of that: instead of exporting
  the config constructor we export 2 functions: navigateColor and
  noNavigateBorders. Updated documentation accordingly.

Mon Oct 15 12:55:04 EDT 2007  David Roundy <droundy at darcs.net>
  * compute a reasonable navigation color based on focussed color.

Tue Oct 16 17:03:49 EDT 2007  David Roundy <droundy at darcs.net>
  * fix docs on WindowNavigation.

Tue Oct 16 17:33:16 EDT 2007  David Roundy <droundy at darcs.net>
  * compute nice window border for WindowNavigation properly.

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