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Re: Question on mini windows


From: o Kiselkov <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: Question on mini windows
Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2008 19:05:41 +0100
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Oh and one more thing: when I miniaturize a window and then hide the
app, the miniwindow sticks around and doesn't hide as well. This is kind
of confusing, as double-clicking the miniwindow doesn't bring the app up
again - for that I have to double-click the app's icon first and only
then can I deminiaturize the miniwindow.

Regards
- --
Saso

Fred Kiefer wrote:
> Sas wrote:
>> I've observed the same behavior, art backend. It seems the backend
>> doesn't inform the WM about the window being iconified, so it doesn't
>> appear as a miniwindow in WindowMaker, or as a window-icon in any other
>> WM (tested on Gnome and KDE).
>>
> 
> Yes, this is what is happening. When the window decoration comes from
> the window manager, then minimizing a window via the icon does not call
> any GNUstep code. If on the other hand you minimize via the menu, the
> GNustep code gets activate (You may set the environment option
> GSAppOwnsMiniwindow to prevent this).
> 
> Cheers,
> Fred
> 
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