|Maintainer||Quentin Moser <email@example.com>|
|Hook and keybindings for automatically sending the next
spawned window(s) to the floating layer.
This module provides actions (that can be set as keybindings)
to automatically send the next spawned window(s) to the floating
You can use it by including the following in your ~/.xmonad/xmonad.hs:
and adding floatNextHook to your ManageHook:
myManageHook = floatNextHook <+> manageHook defaultConfig
The floatNext and toggleFloatNext functions can be used in key
bindings to float the next spawned window:
, ((modMask, xK_e), toggleFloatNext)
floatAllNew and toggleFloatAllNew are similar but float all
spawned windows until disabled again.
, ((modMask, xK_r), toggleFloatAllNew)
|This ManageHook will selectively float windows as set
by floatNext and floatAllNew.
|floatNext True arranges for the next spawned window to be
sent to the floating layer, floatNext False cancels it.
|floatAllNew True arranges for new windows to be
sent to the floating layer, floatAllNew False cancels it
|Whether the next window will be set floating
|Whether new windows will be set floating
The following functions are used to display the current
state of floatNext and floatAllNew in your
willFloatNextPP and willFloatAllNewPP should be added
to the XMonad.Hooks.DynamicLog.ppExtras field of your
Use runLogHook to refresh the output of your logHook, so
that the effects of a floatNext/... will be visible
, ((modMask, xK_e), toggleFloatNext >> runLogHook)
The String -> String parameters to willFloatNextPP and
willFloatAllNewPP will be applied to their output, you
can use them to set the text color, etc., or you can just
pass them id.
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