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Sun Jun 29 09:57:08 PDT 2014
> "The idea is that those are tightly coupled with the compositor. There's
no need to standardise if they only work with one compositor."
Google gadget, Screenlet or Cairo-Desklet are not coupled with any Window
Manager at the moment, they work on any desktop. So they should also work
with any compositor.
2014-06-29 18:49 GMT+02:00 Thiago Macieira <thiago at kde.org>:
> Em dom 29 jun 2014, às 18:41:51, Fabrice Rey escreveu:
> > Well, a desklet is a desktop widget, for instance a clock or a weather
> > widget.
> > They are a bit particular in the sense that they should be placed at a
> > given position and have no decorations, but that's all, and as far as I
> > know, they have always been implemented using standard normal windows.
> The idea is that those are tightly coupled with the compositor. There's no
> need to standardise if they only work with one compositor.
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