xmonad-contrib-0.17.1.9: Community-maintained extensions for xmonad
Copyright(c) Karsten Schoelzel <kuser@gmx.de>
LicenseBSD
MaintainerKarsten Schoelzel <kuser@gmx.de>
Stabilityunstable
Portabilityunportable
Safe HaskellSafe-Inferred
LanguageHaskell2010

XMonad.Actions.TagWindows

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Description

Functions for tagging windows and selecting them by tags.

Synopsis

Usage

To use window tags, import this module into your ~/.xmonad/xmonad.hs:

import XMonad.Actions.TagWindows
import XMonad.Prompt    -- to use tagPrompt

and add keybindings such as the following:

  , ((modm,                 xK_f  ), withFocused (addTag "abc"))
  , ((modm .|. controlMask, xK_f  ), withFocused (delTag "abc"))
  , ((modm .|. shiftMask,   xK_f  ), withTaggedGlobalP "abc" W.sink)
  , ((modm,                 xK_d  ), withTaggedP "abc" (W.shiftWin "2"))
  , ((modm .|. shiftMask,   xK_d  ), withTaggedGlobalP "abc" shiftHere)
  , ((modm .|. controlMask, xK_d  ), focusUpTaggedGlobal "abc")
  , ((modm,                 xK_g  ), tagPrompt def (\s -> withFocused (addTag s)))
  , ((modm .|. controlMask, xK_g  ), tagDelPrompt def)
  , ((modm .|. shiftMask,   xK_g  ), tagPrompt def (\s -> withTaggedGlobal s float))
  , ((modWinMask,                xK_g  ), tagPrompt def (\s -> withTaggedP s (W.shiftWin "2")))
  , ((modWinMask .|. shiftMask,  xK_g  ), tagPrompt def (\s -> withTaggedGlobalP s shiftHere))
  , ((modWinMask .|. controlMask, xK_g ), tagPrompt def (\s -> focusUpTaggedGlobal s))

NOTE: Tags are saved as space separated strings and split with unwords. Thus if you add a tag "a b" the window will have the tags "a" and "b" but not "a b".

For detailed instructions on editing your key bindings, see XMonad.Doc.Extending.

addTag :: String -> Window -> X () Source #

add a tag to the existing ones

delTag :: String -> Window -> X () Source #

remove a tag from a window, if it exists

unTag :: Window -> X () Source #

remove all tags

setTags :: [String] -> Window -> X () Source #

set multiple tags for a window at once (overriding any previous tags)

getTags :: Window -> X [String] Source #

read all tags of a window reads from the "_XMONAD_TAGS" window property

hasTag :: String -> Window -> X Bool Source #

check a window for the given tag

withTaggedP :: String -> (Window -> WindowSet -> WindowSet) -> X () Source #

apply a pure function to windows with a tag

withTaggedGlobalP :: String -> (Window -> WindowSet -> WindowSet) -> X () Source #

apply a pure function to windows with a tag

withTagged :: String -> (Window -> X ()) -> X () Source #

withTaggedGlobal :: String -> (Window -> X ()) -> X () Source #

focusUpTagged :: String -> X () Source #

Move the focus in a group of windows, which share the same given tag. The Global variants move through all workspaces, whereas the other ones operate only on the current workspace

focusUpTaggedGlobal :: String -> X () Source #

Move the focus in a group of windows, which share the same given tag. The Global variants move through all workspaces, whereas the other ones operate only on the current workspace

focusDownTagged :: String -> X () Source #

Move the focus in a group of windows, which share the same given tag. The Global variants move through all workspaces, whereas the other ones operate only on the current workspace

focusDownTaggedGlobal :: String -> X () Source #

Move the focus in a group of windows, which share the same given tag. The Global variants move through all workspaces, whereas the other ones operate only on the current workspace

shiftHere :: (Ord a, Eq s, Eq i) => a -> StackSet i l a s sd -> StackSet i l a s sd Source #

shiftToScreen :: (Ord a, Eq s, Eq i) => s -> a -> StackSet i l a s sd -> StackSet i l a s sd Source #

tagPrompt :: XPConfig -> (String -> X ()) -> X () Source #