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Re : Re : Re : New screen features available

From: Jean-Yves Levesque
Subject: Re : Re : Re : New screen features available
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2007 14:46:04 -0400

2007/5/29, Michael Schroeder <address@hidden>:
> On Wed, May 23, 2007 at 12:12:35PM -0400, Jean-Yves Levesque wrote:
> > What I would like to see is the following:
> >
> > window 1: bash shell
> > Window 2: group of two bash shell side by side
> > window 3: group of 4 bash shells in a 4x4 view.
> >
> > When I go to window 1 I have one window. If I go
> > to next window, I would see a 2x1 layout. ^a next
> > would show me a 4x4 layout. ^a next would bring me
> > back to the single window layout.
> Sounds to me like it is exactly what the layout code

I have a hard time explaining what I would like
to achieve with groups and layout. I will try to
detail what I would like to do. If you have
screenrc examples for what I would like to do,
please provide these so I can understand how to
do this:

Window 1 - Running Elinks (full screen)
Window 2 - Running Mutt (full screen)
Window 3 - Running 2 SLRN sessions side by side
           to 2 different servers
Window 4 - Running 4 telnet session to 4 servers
           in a 2x2  configuration.

So I would to use ctrl-a next to switch between
windows (1,2,3,4) and use ctrl-a tab to switch
within windows for windows 3 & 4. So I would see
this as:
- window 3 - group of 2 apps and 1 1x2 layout
- window 4 - group of 4 apps and a 2x2 layout.

Is this clearer?

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I am only speaking for myself.

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