[xmonad] darcs patch: Decoratione: generate rectangles first,
and create win...
roma at ro-che.info
Wed Feb 20 11:17:59 EST 2008
* Andrea Rossato <andrea.rossato at unibz.it> [2008-02-20 17:04:09+0100]
> On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 04:28:07PM +0200, Roman Cheplyaka wrote:
> > * Roman Cheplyaka <roma at ro-che.info> [2008-02-20 05:29:22+0200]
> > > * Andrea Rossato <andrea.rossato at unibz.it> [2008-02-19 13:30:53+0100]
> > > > the patch description says it all. Before pushing I would like someone
> > > > to test it too (I did all my tests here, with the strangest layouts,
> > > > still I would like to have someone confirm this patch doesn't break
> > > > anything).
> > >
> > > Works for me.
> > Oops, it doesn't.
> > In tabbed layout, when I open sequentially two windows, only second gets
> > its tab (which is of the right size), and the place where the first
> > window's tab should be is empty (I can see a part of the first window
> > through it).
> > My config: http://ro-che.info/docs/xmonad.hs
> > Unpulling your four last patches solves this problem.
> I'm not totally sure this is a bug in Decoration. I'm coming to think
> this is a bug in the TabbedDecoratios style. I have the same problem,
> here, when I use smartBorders.
> Still, if I change your config by adding these imports:
> import XMonad.Layout.TabBarDecoration
> import XMonad.Layout.Simplest
> import XMonad.Layout.ResizeScreen
> and change your tabbed with the tabbed-like decoration:
> tbd = tabBar shrinkText myTabConfig Top (resizeVertical 20 Simplest)
> your problem has gone.
> So, I think, but I need to investigate a bit further, my patches have
> just revealed a bug in the tabbed style. But I may be wrong.
> (Please tell me if the above solves your problem too).
Yes, it does.
Roman I. Cheplyaka (aka Feuerbach @ IRC)
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