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[bugs #11713] Windows resizable when they shouldn't be

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: [bugs #11713] Windows resizable when they shouldn't be
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 16:55:34 +0000
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Update of bugs #11713 (project gnustep):


Windows resizable when they shouldn't be => Windows resizable when they
shouldn't be


Follow-up Comment #1:

You should provide more information on the expected behaviour first.
Currently GNUstep will pass on the values you provide in your application for
the NSWindow minSize and maxSize to the window manager. Is this working for

There is also a style flag for an NSWindow (NSResizableWindowMask) to define
if resize controls should be shown. Are you expecting this flag, if not
present, to trigger the window to be not resizable? If so, will the minSize
and maxSize of the window change as well, or should the backend handle this
behaviour internally?

As for XSetWMSizeHints, I am not quite sure, why we should use this instead
of XSetWMNormalHints. I found one usage of this on the web where it gets used
for XA_WM_ZOOM_HINTS. Is this what we need?


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