[xmonad] Persistant layouts
vogt.adam at gmail.com
Wed Dec 16 12:11:24 EST 2009
* On Wednesday, December 16 2009, alexholding at lavabit.com wrote:
>This is my first post to this list so please forgive me if its not written
>in a more apprreally appropriate style.
>How would i go about configuring a persistant layout across all workspaces?
>Maby a better question would be, where in the documentation does it
>outline doing this?
>What i have in mind is a mrxvt terminal spanning the bottom of the screen,
>and all my other windows opening and tiling above it, basically looking
>| | | ...please excuse the naff ascii art. I know
>| screen 1 | screen 2 | persistant layours are possible with xmonad,
>| | | to be honest thats why im wanting to use it
>----------------------- over the other tiling wm's iv tried.
>| terminal |
>Any and all thoughts and suggestions welcome, again sorry if this post
>does not fit with the netiquette of this list.
I don't exactly understand your image; what do you mean by screen 1 and
If those 'screens' are just windows, then that layout is just a mirror
image of one of the default layouts. There are layout modifiers that
can accomplish such rearrangments, such as this one .
By persistence do you mean that your terminal stays put when you change
workspaces? (this can be had with )
More information about the xmonad