[compiz] Annoying gconf/ccsm behavior
drago01 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 28 10:10:12 PST 2008
On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 9:19 AM, Danny Baumann <dannybaumann at web.de> wrote:
>> Some options I considered:
>> 1: Treat plugins passed on the compiz command line as unremovable at
>> runtime. active_plugins can safely not include gconf, and gconf will
>> remain loaded for the lifetime of compiz.
> At first I thought that this would be no viable way. Imagine somebody
> loading the switcher plugin from the command line and loading fade at
> runtime later on. He would have no chance of getting switcher's
> opacity/brightness/saturation changes faded.
> On the other hand I wonder if there is _anybody_ using that kind of
> scenario anymore. If we consider that an invalid use case, enforcing the
> command line plugins as being loaded all the time might be a pretty good
Nobody really uses the command line for any plugins but configuration
/ configuration related ones.
> All in all, personally I'm in favour of option 1, perhaps combined with
> the GUI changes from option 3. Any other opinions?
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