This patch provides comprehensive utilities for managing the client stack. It
implements two new commands:
focusstack (which is a replacement for the
focusstack command) and
pushstack. The first one is for focusing
clients while the second one moves clients around the stack. Both commands take
the same kind of argument:
PREVSELto focus/push the previously selected client in the current tagset.
INC(+/-inc)to focus/push relatively to the selected client. This will wrap around the stack limits.
- Pass a positive number to focus/push relatively to the beginning of the stack. Out of limit values will be truncated to the position of the last visible client and won't wrap around.
- Pass a negative number to focus/push relatively to the last visible client in the stack. Here -1 means the last client, -2 the previous to last client, etc. Out of limit values will be truncated to the position of the first visible client (0) and won't wrap around.
Default key bindings
There are two parallel sets of bindings: one for the
focus* family and the
other for the
push* family. The keys are the same for both sets but they do
differ in the modifiers: simply
MODKEY for the
focus* family and
MODKEY|ShiftMask for the
Key Argument Description --------------------------------------- \ PREVSEL Previously selected j INC(+1) Next to selected k INC(-1) Previous to selected q 0 First position a 1 Second position z 2 Third position x -1 Last position
z keys are aligned more or less vertically in the us keyboard
layout. They are intended to be used as quick positional shortcuts to specific
applications. So if you have 9 tags you get 9*3=27 shortcuts in a two-level
hierarchy of clients. The ` key is above the
Tab key and it's intended to
complement the "move to previously selected tag" function of dwm at the
intra-tag level. Finally, the
x key is like "I don't care so much about you
just right now but you can still live in this tag".
MODKEY|ShiftMask+q collides with the default binding for quitting
dwm, which stacker changes to
- MLquest8 (updated for 6.2) (miskuzius at gmail.com)
- Carlos Pita (memeplex) email@example.com