window movement between desktops
rootsuid at gmail.com
Sat Jul 2 00:34:20 CEST 2005
I understand, right now I drag them between desktops. It just isn't as
fast for me, especially if the destination desktop is 3 or so desktops
away (in either direction), lots of mouse movement. Or the "right
click, send to -> X desktop" works for cases like that.
I don't expect anyone to develop this new functionality if they
weren't intending to, wondering if anyone else would be interested in
it. I will most likely be writing it either way.
On 7/1/05, Brian J. Tarricone <bjt23 at cornell.edu> wrote:
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> rootsuid wrote:
> > I have always been a blackbox (and derivations) user, but have
> > recently (few weeks?) decided to try xfce again. I really enjoy where
> > it is, and where it seems to be going. Only thing I had to modify was
> > the panel height ("small" was too big).
> > Anyways, another issue that has been bothering me, is moving
> > windows between desktops. In *box, i have always grabbed the window
> > and, while holding it with mouse, switched desktops with a hotkey
> > (Alt+X). I noticed that didn't work in xfce. If there is a setting or
> > small modification for that, feel free to point it out =]. If not, is
> > that functionality planned? or even desired? I had planned on just
> > writing it myself, but if its already in the development plan, I could
> > help, or submit a .patch. Or, very possibly, no one else notices this
> > functionality lacking =] in which case I'll just keep a .patch around
> > for myself. =p
> You have two options here:
> 1) Enable the option in the WM prefs to allow you to drag windows
> between desktops.
> 2) There's a hotkey for moving an app to the next/previous desktop. I
> don't recall exactly, but I think it's ctrl+shift+home and
> ctrl+shift+end. You can configure this in the keyboard shortcuts in the
> WM prefs as well.
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