[xmonad] dzen bar not visible with the Minimize module
e.imhotep at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 06:01:29 EST 2010
Thanks for the answer!
I don't think I really understand how this work. Does minimize its own
layout, or is it a modification of the others?
I tried both way adding a "Minimize" and "minimize" case, and
modifying the existing layouts adding minimize to them, but it didn't
What am I doing wrong?
On 10 February 2010 02:59, <wagnerdm at seas.upenn.edu> wrote:
> Your pretty-printer is almost certainly throwing an exception in the case
> statement. Be sure to add a case for your minimized layout!
> Quoting Francesco Mazzoli <e.imhotep at gmail.com>:
>> I have got a problem with the Minimize module and I can't find a solution.
>> When I try to use it using the example code provided in the module
>> page, one of my two dzen bars disappear.
>> This is my desktop without the Minimize module:
>> and that's what happen when I activate it:
>> Here is my configuration file:
>> The only line of code that I change is this:
>> layoutHook = smartBorders $ avoidStruts (Full ||| tiled ||| Mirror tiled)
>> to that:
>> layoutHook = smartBorders $ avoidStruts $ minimize (Full ||| tiled
>> ||| Mirror tiled)
>> As you can see I have already hasked in the archlinux forum and in the
>> xmonad irc channel, but no one seems to have a solution.
>> I absolutely adore xmonad and this module would make it even better!
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