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from libqtile.layout.base import _SimpleLayoutBase
A simple layout that only displays one window at a time, filling the
screen_rect. This is suitable for use on laptops and other devices with
small screens. Conceptually, the windows are managed as a stack, with
commands to switch to next and previous windows in the stack.
def add(self, client):
return super().add(client, 1)
def configure(self, client, screen_rect):
if self.clients and client is self.clients.current_client:
cmd_previous = _SimpleLayoutBase.previous
cmd_next = _SimpleLayoutBase.next
cmd_up = cmd_previous
cmd_down = cmd_next