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Re: How can I use window decoration? (WAS: Re: Re: Ann: NiftyTitleBar)


From: Sungjin Chun
Subject: Re: How can I use window decoration? (WAS: Re: Re: Ann: NiftyTitleBar)
Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2004 01:07:59 +0900

Hmm, this does make all application window with title-less, which means no titlebar and no resize bar and etc...

On 2004-07-09 15:31:24 +0900 Chad Hardin <address@hidden> wrote:

Use the sources from cvs. After compiling and installing change one little default by doing this:

defaults write NSGlobalDomain GSX11HandlesWindowDecorations 'NO'

That's all there is to it.


Chad


On Jul 8, 2004, at 6:51 PM, S.J.Chun wrote:

Hi, This maybe a bit off topic, but I cannot help but asking this :)
How can I use window decoration in WindowMaker? Thanks in advance.


----- Original Message -----
     From: Chad Hardin <address@hidden>
     To: Matt Rice <address@hidden>
     Cc: List Discuss-gnustep <address@hidden>
     Sent: Thu, 8 Jul 2004 18:00:29 -1000
     Subject: Re: Re: Ann: NiftyTitleBar

    Hey Matt,

This is really groovy! I'm wondering, why not just go ahead and put it
right in the sources?  This made me think that it is time to think
about adding Apple's additions to NSWindow.  I'm talking about
- (NSButton *)standardWindowButton:(NSWindowButton)button
and
+ (NSButton *)standardWindowButton:(NSWindowButton)button
forStyleMask:(unsigned int)styleMask
as well as the associated enums:
NSWindowCloseButton, NSWindowMiniaturizeButton, NSWindowZoomButton,
NSWindowToolbarButton (?), and
NSWindowDocumentIconButton :-)
(from Apple's Cocoa docs website)


I gotta say I'm really exited about the window decoration progress. I
have been using it for almost 24 hours and I like it a lot.  I'll be
restarting the DirectFB backend here soon and this will come in sooo
handy.  That and CUPS... :-)


Chad



On Jul 7, 2004, at 12:22 PM, Matt Rice wrote:

NiftyTitleBar is a theme bundle that adds a draggable
file icon to the title bar of windows which represent
a
file.

to use it you need gnustep-gui cvs from yesterday and
gnustep-back cvs from 6-26

it requires a small amount of application support
developers must call
-(void)setRepresentedFilename:
on an NSWindow instance for it to have any effect.

NSDocument based applications may get this for free
(untested)

see the README for installation details..

ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/contrib/NiftyTitleBar-0.0.1.tar.gz



                
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