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Per Amundsen, 04/10/2022 05:58 PM

Added in 4.3

/dock [-u] <@window>
/dock [-abloNpNrt] [w h] <@window>
/dock [-cbloNpNrtu] [w h] <container> <@window>
/dock [-bloNpNnrtu] [w h] <container> <panel> <@window>
/dock [-biloNpNrtu] [w h] <container panel tab> <@window>

Docks/undocks a window as a Monitor Panel.

See also $dockpanels.


-a - Adds the window to any other dock panel on the specified dock side as a new tab or creates a new container and panel.
-b - Dock to the bottom.
-i - Inserts the window into the specified side/container/panel/tab
-l - Dock to the left.
-oN - Locks the panel. (0 = unlocked, 1 = locked, Ignored by F2 to toggle panels visibility)
-pN - Pins the panel. (0 = unpinned, 1 = pinned, Autohide)
-r - Dock to the right.
-t - Dock to the top.
-u - Undocks/restores the @window to a regular window.


[w h] - The preferred width and height of the panel.
<container> - Used with -c to insert the panel into a new container at the specified position.
<container panel> - Used with -n to insert the panel into a specific container at the specified panel position.
<container panel tab> - Used with -i to specify where to insert the new panel.
<@window> - The window to dock.


alias testdock {
  ; Create a custom window.
  window @test

  ; Dock the custom window as a monitor panel to the left side, appending if there are any other panels.
  dock -al @test

  ; Restores the custom window as a normal window.
  dock -u @test

  ; Docks the custom window as a monitor panel to the top, ignoring any current panels.
  dock -t @test


Updated by Per Amundsen over 2 years ago · 13 revisions

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