client side decorations
zixon65 at gmail.com
Fri May 6 12:14:52 PDT 2011
> "Window management policy" should also be client-side. I may not have been
> clear about that. The wayland compositer almost NEVER moves or raises or
> resizes a window. Clients do this in response to clicks or whatever. This
> would have made it TRIVIAL to implement Gimp the way they intended, as at no
> time would an image window raise above their toolbars, since they control
> both of them.
I wouldn't use wayland if thats the case, the kind of security risk this
creates is massive. you could have clients that refuse to cooerate and
always take up the entire screen, or worse, rendering your computer useless.
also I never like muti window apps like the gimp, or openoffice. they draw
your attention away from what your doing to rearrange these little windows,
and what ever you do don't close them or would could spend the next hour
trying to get them back. there sould always be central system for making
windows behave or they won't
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