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[bug #22230] Minimize doesn't seem to work properly

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: [bug #22230] Minimize doesn't seem to work properly
Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2008 22:25:24 +0000
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Update of bug #22230 (project gnustep):

             Assigned to:                    None => FredKiefer             


Follow-up Comment #1:

We had a discussion about "mini windows" on the GNUstep mailing list just
about a month ago.

Perhaps the following answer helps you as well. At least it help Andreas
Schik who started that thread. If your problem persists, could you please
provide some information about your settings and your window manager?

> > I just tried with Windo Maker 0.92. There mini windows work perfectly 
> > if
> > the GSAppOwnsMiniwindow default is set to NO. When this default is 
> > YES,
> > no mini windows get displayed. Most likely Window Maker is suppressing
> > the mini windows that GNUstep is creating.
> > 
> > With my KDE window manager (what ever it's name is) I get normal 
> > GNUstep
> > mini windows when the default is YES (Only when using the window 
> > menu!)
> > and no mini windows when the default is NO.
> > 
> > As your Window Maker seems to behave different from mine, I would 
> > expect
> > that you have a specific configuration for your Window Maker that 
> > needs
> > to be corrected.
OK, thanks for the hint. I played around with WMaker's mini window
settings and found that the menu works if I switch on 'omnipresent
mini windows'. As i use only one workspace I ignored this setting so
far. But still mini windows work only if GSAppOwnsMiniwindow is set to
NO ( as you descrbe above).
What is the reason behind GSAppOwnsMiniwindow anyway? What do I
achieve if I set it to YES?


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