Author: z3bra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2014 08:30:12 +0200
Added question to the FAQ
1 file changed, 43 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)
diff --git a/2014/05/grok-that-workflow.txt b/2014/05/grok-that-workflow.txt
@@ -335,12 +335,16 @@ And there ends that narcissic article. I hope you found it interesting, even if
everything I present here is totally specific to me. As a bonus, to thank you
for reading this, here is a small video of my day to day workflow. Enjoy!
-<video controls src="/vid/2014-05-30-workflow.webm" type="video/webm">
+<source src="/vid/2014-05-30-workflow.mp4" type="video/mp4"/>
+<source src="/vid/2014-05-30-workflow.webm" type="video/webm"/>
+<source src="/vid/2014-05-30-workflow.ogv" type="video/ogg"/>
Your browser do not support embedded video. But you can download the files
+<a href="/vid/2014-05-30-workflow.ogv"> ogv </a> |
<a href="/vid/2014-05-30-workflow.mp4"> mp4 </a> |
<a href="/vid/2014-05-30-workflow.webm"> webm </a>
@@ -353,8 +357,43 @@ placement would depend on my mood :)</div>
-This section is left *intentionnaly* empty. If I receeive interesting questions
-by mail, I'll answer back and quote the mail here, as a reference, so don't
-be shy and [feel free to ask](mailto:email@example.com) !
+If I receive interesting questions by mail, I'll answer back and quote the mail
+here, as a reference, so don't be shy and [feel free to
+> The mouse always seems to be at the bottom right of the focused window, why?
+> Is that a feature of 2bwm?
+It's a feature of 2bwm that was added recently. 2bwm focuses windows by
+following the mouse cursor, so when you alt-tab, the cursor goes over windows to
+focus them. At first, it was positioned in the middle of the window, but we
+found that annoying so we updated the code to let the user choose where to put
+the cursor. mine is set to `BOTTOM_RIGHT`. so if you do not touch the mouse, the
+cursor will always be on bottom right of your current window :-)
+> At around 0:37 in the video, when you open dwb, it seems to automatically fill
+> up the remaining space available... is this also a feature of 2bwm or did you
+> somehow predefine the window size?
+Both in fact. I configured dwb to spawn with a specific size, which fits the
+exact size of the left area, but a smaller height. I then pressed "mod4 + =" to
+maximise it vertically, to fit the remaining space
+> The way you copy those links on the pkgfile script gave me a semi. What
+> browser/wm is that and how you do that?
+The browser is dwb, and WM is 2bwm. To copy the links I press ";y" and it puts
+two letters above each link in the Web page. I then press the two letters
+corresponding to the link I wanna yank, and it's yanked. To yank the address of
+the current page, I just press "y"
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