I haven’t done much with Xfixes, so I’m not sure, but it sounds like you have a concrete idea in mind. Feel free to reopen #706 and prove me wrong :).
On Fri, Sep 11, 2015 at 9:38 PM, Ingo Bürk <ad...@airblader.de> wrote: > Michael, are we sure that using Xfixes wouldn't make this a whole lot > easier? I'm not familiar with the resizing code, really, but I didn't > quite understand in that issue (#706) why we need separate windows? > > On 09/11/2015 07:24 PM, Michael Stapelberg wrote: >> On Fri, Sep 11, 2015 at 7:18 PM, Jeff Abrahamson <j...@purple.com> wrote: >>> I was not aware of Mod + RightClick. That's cool. Thanks. And in that >>> context the warp to boundary makes sense: it makes clear what I'm about to >>> do. >>> >>> Mod + RightClick also works for both H and V resize. >>> >>> So this leaves two questions, since maybe they are bugs, maybe not: >>> >>> 1. Is it intentional, given that non-mod LeftClick can resize, that there >>> is no feedback on hovering over a window edge? >> https://github.com/i3/i3/issues/706 >> >>> 2. And is it a bug that vertical resize doesn't work without Mod? >> Not sure what you mean by that. I can resize windows in any direction just >> fine. >> >>> I haven't seen fit to restart i3 today (work to do), although I grabbed >>> sources to compile from git master. I'll check once I've compiled and >>> restarted. >>> >>> Jeff Abrahamson >>> +33 6 24 40 01 57 >>> +44 7920 594 255 <-- only if I'm in the UK >>> >>> http://jeff.purple.com/ >>> http://blog.purple.com/jeff/ >>> >>> On 11 September 2015 at 19:04, Micah Elliott <m...@micahelliott.com> wrote: >>>>> The target seems to be three pixels wide >>>> It's not clear if you're aware of the incredibly convenient "Mod + >>>> RightClick" to drag window resizing. Then you can quickly click just >>>> about anywhere on the screen and be grabbing an edge. The feature may >>>> render your concerns moot. >>>> >>>> -- >>>> twitter:@MicahElliott | email:m...@micahelliott.com | >>>> http://membean.com >>>> Remember your words with Membean! >>> > -- Best regards, Michael