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Apr
3
comment Screen resolution causing wave effect in background image
Take a picture with a camera to show us. The already posted answer is surely the solution though. Basically something's causing the image to be scaled up or down. Either way it will mess with the pixel alignment.
Mar
7
awarded  Editor
Mar
7
revised position-based application switching in traditional window managers
edited body
Mar
7
comment position-based application switching in traditional window managers
If you have a monitor on the left side of it, it would switch focus to the nearest window on that monitor. The rightmost top-window on the monitor to the left of the window that you just maximized. If you are on one monitor and have focused the window that takes up the entire screen, then indeed it would do nothing because there is nothing else in view (to switch to)
Mar
7
comment position-based application switching in traditional window managers
For now I am leaning toward always picking the one that is there, i.e. the top of the stack. If I want to go to a window that I can see but for which I don't know the position in the alt+tab order, then I would use the directional switching hotkey. I guess this functionality only becomes helpful once you start having lots of screen space.
Mar
7
comment position-based application switching in traditional window managers
To address the ambiguity problem I would probably want to have it so that only the applications you specify will be used by it, or it could only allow switching to applications that are already wholly or mostly revealed. As for the Up/Down, this for use where you have windows that do not require the full height of the display so you can have them take up half the space by stacking them vertically.
Mar
7
awarded  Student
Mar
7
asked position-based application switching in traditional window managers
Jan
5
comment Do people really want to look at multiple windows at once?
My setup has a 2560x1440 screen mounted in portrait orientation. :D