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       wistrut - The wmii EWMH strut manager


       wistrut [-HV] <window|class>...

       wistrut -v


       wistrut  automatically  sets  EWMH struts on windows for programs which
       don't provide such functionality. This  allows  you  to  leave  utility
       windows  onscreen  without obscuring managed clients. Instead, whatever
       part of the screen is occupied by the window will be left free by wmii,
       provided it is less than half of the screen width or height. Struts are
       automatically updated when the managed windows are  moved  or  resized,
       and are only applied if the window is touching an edge of the screen.

       wistrut may be used with any EWMH compatible window manager.


       All  non-option arguments constitute window IDs or regular expressions.
       In the latter case, the any  window  whose  <name>:<class>:<title>  (as
       used in wmii's colrules and tagrules) will be managed.


              Only  set horizontal struts. Normally, wistrut locates struts in
              the direction of the narrowest dimension of the window, provided
              it  is  touching  a screen edge. With this option set, they will
              always be allocated on either the left or right of  the  screen.
              Never the top or bottom.


              Only set vertical struts. See -H.


              Display version information.


       There  is  no  way to remove struts from a window other than to move it
       away from the edge of the screen and kill wistrut.



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