When using the mouse workspace wrapping, after the wrap the pointer ends a something like ~100px off the screen edge. I understand it's needed to avoid loops in worskpace wrapping, but 100px is kind of large.
A debian user doesn't like this behavior, and better liked 4.2 behavior (I guess it's was more like few px or like ten).
Would it be possible to configure the distance where the pointer ends after the wrap, with a default minimum safe to avoid loops?
Any news on this? I just tested, and it's not really 100px, on a 1280×1024 screen it's like ¼ to ½ of screen.
I use the workspace - edge of screen wrapping option all the time and this problem wants me to look at a different window manager. Is this problem being addressed or should I just change to a different manager?
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> I use the workspace - edge of screen wrapping option all the time and this
> problem wants me to look at a different window manager. Is this problem being
> addressed or should I just change to a different manager?
Dude, looks like you re confusing free support with commercial support, feel free to use whatever window manager you like, I couldn't care less.
it's 4/5 of the screen, this is not configurable and I am not adding an option for this.
The distance has been reduced and made proportional to the wrap distance in rev. 29454, that's all I am willing to do, making the distance configurable is bloat.