Den 18 okt. 2016 7:23 PM skrev "Dominik Vogt" <dominik.v...@gmx.de>: > > On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 06:29:59AM +0200, Viktor Griph wrote: > > Den 17 okt. 2016 11:56 PM skrev "Dominik Vogt" <dominik.v...@gmx.de>: > > > > > > Does anybody really use libstroke support? > > > > I've been using it in my configs since I started using fvwm. > > > > > It's resonsible for > > > quite some hardly readably code, and I suspect nobody uses it > > > anymore. If there's a need for mouse gesture or touchpad support, > > > there must certainly be some other library around that does a > > > better job. > > > > I haven't looked for alternatives, but it feels like the functionality > > really should live in a separate application. It's not about managing > > windows, but being able to execute commands on gestures. > > So, for what kind of actions do you use it? Somthing window > manager related like, say iconifying windows etc., or something > else that could be done without the WM? > For the uses that I actually use is mainly launching applications, but I have a few to launch or find a running instance and bring that window into view. But that should still be possible with FvwmCommand. Apart from that I have a few stokes defined for the title bar to resize, move and shade windows, but I can't say I'm using them.