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Re: Changing position of window in window-list

From: Hugo Heden
Subject: Re: Changing position of window in window-list
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 01:18:44 +0100


On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 8:47 PM, Sadrul Habib Chowdhury <address@hidden> wrote:
* Hugo Heden had this to say on [23 Jan 2010, 19:44:45 +0100]:
> Good day all,
> I would like to be able to bind a key to *swapping* the position of the
> current in the window list with the window to the left (or to the right).
> Use case, sort of: I have say ten different windows open, and it turns out
> that I would want to group a few of them (in which I have related tasks
> running), moving them all together, say to the right (i.e at the end of the
> window list).
> This is much like a terminal window (or Firefox etc) with tabs, where you
> can drag tabs to the left or to the right. In Gnome terminal, the key
> combination Ctrl-Shift-PgUp will swap the location of the current tab with
> the one to the left, effectively "moving" the tab within the window list.
> Is there any way I can do this?

You can add bindings for 'number +1' and 'number -1'.

Thanks, that should be exactly what I was looking for.

 - Hugo Heden

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