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Re: Question on mini windows


From: Andreas Schik
Subject: Re: Question on mini windows
Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2008 10:24:24 +0100
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On 2008-01-08 18:52:49 +0100 Fred Kiefer <address@hidden> 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).
What happens here is this:
Using the app's menu the window is miniaturized, but comes back to its
original size immediately, no matter how I set GSAppOwnsMiniwindow. If
I set this value to NO, however, i can at least use Windowmaker's
title bar button again.
This behaviour is always the same, no matter who handles the
decorations.

Cheers,
Andreas



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