Removing OnlyShowIn / NotShowIn from desktop actions
seb128 at debian.org
Wed Jul 3 10:18:37 PDT 2013
Le 03/07/2013 17:12, Jasper St. Pierre a écrit :
> Why shouldn't an application be able to start a KDE project under GNOME?
Because if your IDE know about 15 types of projects you probably don't
want your desktop lists all those, in its context menu, but only favor
the ones you recommend. Users who want to change from the
default/recommendation can tweak their launcher or open the IDE and
start a project rom there
> Furthermore, why is this just applied to just actions interface, and
> probably not to the in-window UI.
Hum? It can be applied in the window UI as well, what the application
itself is doing it's up to the application though...
> Do we want to also specify XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP, which was shot down
> last time?
That would be nice, for the record we do patch gnome-session in Ubuntu
to set that variable and do make use of it to show specific Unity
controls e.g in gnome-control-center (we could just patch g-c-c to add
them, but then GNOME Ubuntu users would complain about having Unity
controls in their control center, having the flexibility let us having
users of both desktops happy)
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