Bind a key to scratchpadSpawnAction
Pressing it will spawn the terminal, or bring it to the current
workspace if it already exists.
Pressing the key with the terminal on the current workspace will
send it to a hidden workspace called SP.
If you already have a workspace called SP, it will use that.
SP will also appear in xmobar and dzen status bars. You can tweak your
dynamicLog settings to filter it out if you like.
A tool like detach (http://detach.sourceforge.net) turns it
into a launchpad for X apps.
By default, your xmonad terminal is used.
The default ManageHook uses a centered, half-screen-wide,
The key, position and size are configurable.
The terminal application must support the -name argument.
Known supported terminals: rxvt, rxvt-unicode, xterm.
Most others are likely to follow the lead set by xterm.
Bind the following to a key in your xmonad.hs keybindings:
Where conf is the configuration.
And add one of the scratchpadManageHook*s to your ManageHook list.
The default rectangle is half the screen wide and a quarter of the
screen tall, centered.