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Re: [Linphone-developers] How to termite GTK linphone

From: grodriguez
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] How to termite GTK linphone
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2011 08:41:55 +0100
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Hello all,

I think that having the window manager's close button behave differently 
depending on whether the status icon appears or not would be a bit confusing 
for the user.

In my opinion having the Quit menu item back would be nice.

Best regards,


El 17/11/2011 22:20, Simon Morlat escribió:
> Hi Petr,
> Indeed we took the decision to have quit item only in the status icon in the 
> gnome/xfce/kde/windows panel.
> But maybe it is not good. I noticed that people using unity have the same 
> problem because ubuntu proposed another standard for the notification areas.
> The question is then where to put this Quit item ? In "Options" ? add another 
> "File" menu just for that ? Or maybe just have the close button of the window 
> manager really quit the app if the status icon failed to appear ?
> Thanks for your suggestions,
> Simon
> On 12/11/2011 12:41, Petr Pisar wrote:
>> I've compiled from git master branch and launched the gtk/linphone
>> incarnation. Former versions had `Quit' item in menu that terminated the
>> application (in opposite to closing main window that daemonized it only).
>> However current version is missing this menu item, so there is no way how to
>> terminate linphone (except killing the process manually). Please note I do 
>> not
>> use any desktop environment, just a plain window manager (blackbox).
>> I think this is important obstacle from user point of view.
>> I would like to see the Quit menu item back or some smarter behaviour of
>> linphone (e.g. detecting systray window failure and let user select between
>> daemonization and termination). You can also implement docking window (as
>> supported in WindowMaker or black/fluxbox (known as slit there)).
>> -- Petr
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