|Issue 13:||Windows not always hidden properly|
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16:51 < ejt> sjanssen: what would expect to happen if you have a layout that returns just one (w, r) pair 16:51 < ejt> that is _not_ the full size of the screen ? 16:53 < sjanssen> ejt: the rect should go to that location. Does something bad happen? 16:54 < ejt> http://lambda-software.com/spiral/bug.png 16:54 < ejt> there should only be one window visible (the column on the left) 16:55 < sjanssen> I know what's going on there 16:55 < ejt> the three along the bottom are from the previous layout 16:55 < ejt> (ejtWide) 16:55 < ejt> so you need to hide all windows 16:55 < sjanssen> we have plans to change refresh/windows to diff the list of visible windows each refresh and hide 16:56 < sjanssen> wanna file a bug report so we don't lose track of it? 16:56 < ejt> switching to a different workspace and back fixes it
Jun 3, 2007
Proposal to fix this is to pass doLayout the Stack representing tiled windows, and to allow it to return a pair of just those windows visible, and any hidden. This should fix fullscreen mode (it would be tall (Just 1), taking 1 focused window), and two pane becomes trivial.
Jun 11, 2007
Fixed as of: Mon Jun 11 14:18:09 CDT 2007 Spencer Janssen <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Hide windows that are not supposed to be visibl
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