screen[mouse.screen].geometry => returned a table with key "x" "y" "width" "height"

if c is a client object, then
c:geometry() => returned a table which structure is described above

On 09/29/2015 03:53 PM, Robert Fleming wrote:
Anyone know of a way to display a window's geometry (e.g. 80x24 characters or 400x300 pixels) while the user is resizing/moving the window?

Here's FVWM doing it:

twm and Openbox also do it.


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