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[bugs #11146] Problems with KDE

From: Pupeno
Subject: [bugs #11146] Problems with KDE
Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2004 05:02:10 -0500
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URL: <http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailitem&item_id=11146>
Project: GNUstep
Submitted by: Pupeno
On: Sat 11/27/2004 at 09:56

Category:  Backend
Severity:  5 - Average
Item Group:  Change Request
Resolution:  None
Privacy:  Public
Assigned to:  None
Status:  Open

Summary:  Problems with KDE

Original Submission:  I'm putting this bug into Backend because I was told in 
address@hidden that this bug was in back.
I'm using GNUstep apps on KDE, but I have a problem working with the menus that 
pop up together with an application (normally on the top-left of the screen). 
The problem is that when I click an item to open the submenu, two bad things 
1) It is marked as a new window on the taskbar, which leads me to have lots of 
windows appearing and disappearing in the taskbar, that's not nice.
2) It is open in background, so I have to go the taskbar and click on the item 
for it, to bring it to from, which makes working with the menus about 10 times 

There's also other similar problems, for example (I'm very new to GNUstep), I 
open Gorm and it opens one menu, two windows, and that big icon on the desktop. 
The two windows are on the taskbar. I create a new application and that opens 
two more windows, so for Gorm, I now have four items in the taskbar, when I 
switch to another application, the initial two windows disappear from my screen 
and from the taskbar. When doing rapid switching, the taskbar blinks and blinks 
and it's crazy.
Also, when all I have of an application is the big icon on the desktop, double 
clicking it only brings it back if there's no other non-minimized application 
on that desktop.

In the channel address@hidden I was told that kwin (KDE's window manager) is 
netwm compliant.


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