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[xmonad] dual monitor
Note that you need to import XMonad. What i’m trying to get is to set the second monitor as the second workspace. It’s a GUI frontend for the xrandr command line utility.
DynamicWorkspaceOrder from the xmonad-contribs: Cycling through workspaces in multi monitor setup in XMonad Ask Question. The fragmentation hurts the a adoption. Sign up using Facebook. When switching workspaces to one that is already visible, the current and visible workspaces are swapped. Gvim, terminal windows, etc on the primary and web browser on the secondary. I’ll have to try it out, nice excuse to get beyond my toy program Go experience as well.
Took about 2 hours since I had never written Lua before. Did you try to configure xorg. In my zshrc or your Bash login file if you use Bash I have defined the ‘single ‘ and ‘dual ‘ functions for this. Maybe it’s just my years with XMonad but I don’t use it that often, I mostly only want to move one window around, monitkr groups.
I have been giving the window manager Xmonad a try for a few days now on Ubuntu Anyone have any idea? You need to enable Xinerama setting it to “true” in the xorg.
Cycling through workspaces in multi monitor setup in XMonad – Stack Overflow
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. When I now do a “nextWS”, ws 2, that was currently on screen 1 will be drawn to screen dkal, while screen 1 will show ws 1. With xmonad I can throw that whole screen over to the secondary, might have to adjust a bit because of the resolution difference but that’s way easier than having to move each app over individually which just completely breaks flow.
Like you, I hate how most WMs handle multiple monitors, and Xmonad got that right. There’s core support for multiple screens it in the basic window management model, along with hooks for xrandr refreshes.
DynamicWorkspaceOrder from the xmonad-contribs:. I work with two monitors, either a 30″ and a sideways 24″ or a 30″ and my laptop screen.
Email Required, but never shown. Cool, I’ll give it a go and hope that it’s as helpful in getting into Go as xmonad was haskell, nothing like having your basic interaction mechanisms bug you to motivate you to dig into the code.