[xmonad] DynamicWorkspaces: New WS not accessible with mod+number
hofmann2004 at arcor.de
Fri Jan 15 12:32:51 EST 2010
No, I haven't. Because I didn't understand the code;-).
Okay, but how to enter it into xmonad.hs? Because in order to modify my
keys I use additionalKeysP from XMonad.Util.EZConfig, which uses strings
instead of a pairs as representation for key combinations.
So the line from the documentation needs to be modified:
zip (zip (repeat (modm)) [xK_1..xK_9]) (map (withNthWorkspace
I came to something like:
zip (??? (repeat ("M-")) ["1".."9"]) (map (withNthWorkspace
If ??? takes two lists of strings an returns a list of pairwise
concatenated strings,it should work. At least I hope so.
How to do that? Obviously a no brainer for a haskell programmer, which
is, what I am not.
Am Freitag, den 15.01.2010, 10:03 -0500 schrieb wagnerdm at seas.upenn.edu:
> Have you switched your mod+1 - mod+9 keys to use "withNthWorkspace" as
> in the documentation?
> Quoting Ralph Hofmann <hofmann2004 at arcor.de>:
> > After playing around a little bit more:
> > It has nothing to do with virtualbox.
> > I have started a new session after a reboot. I started with four
> > workspaces 1-4. Before doing anything else, I added a new workspace 5.
> > This workspace can't be accessed with mod+5. However if I remove one of
> > the four workspaces and recreate it, mod+number works correctly.
> > "mod+number" seems to be limited by the number of workspaces, with is
> > set as default in xmonad.hs. I don't think, this is on purpose.
> > Ralph
> > Am Donnerstag, den 14.01.2010, 20:07 +0100 schrieb Ralph Hofmann:
> >> I prefer using only few workspaces by default and adding one if needed,
> >> whether by adding a workspace with addWorkspace and rename it or, more
> >> easily, by using selectWorkspace and entering a number that doesn't
> >> exist. In both cases, i can't access the new workspace by "mod + number
> >> of workspace".
> >> Is there a workaround?
> >> My xmonad has version 0.9-1.
> >> Ralph
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