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Re: GNUstep and compositing?

From: Jon \"Top Hat\" Jones
Subject: Re: GNUstep and compositing?
Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2009 14:40:57 -0500

Admittedly interesting, but it happens to have everything from the GNUstep family except what I actually want, which is the dock and clip.

On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 2:14 PM, Germán Arias <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Jon, please see this


If the developers are agree with this, I will add this feature in next
days. Greetings.

El sáb, 31-10-2009 a las 13:56 -0500, Jon "Top Hat" Jones escribió:
> I actually started out lloking for something like that, but never
> found a suitable solution. The only thing I found that was even close
> a GNOME panel applet that was capable of holding docklets. Not an
> elegant solution at all, especially as I want to get RID of the panel.
> A standalone dock.app would be wonderful, especially if it were a
> single program that could allow multiple instances and a clip flag, so
> that I could, for example, run ">dock.app& dock.app -clip" and have
> exactly what I want.
> I'd still have the problem with getting rid of the very annoying
> panel, which apparently is impossible, although there is a workaround
> I found involving transparency....
> I'd have to look at the relevant source code for the dock and app, but
> I doubt it would be horribly difficult to extract the code into a
> standalone.

mu'o mi'e .aionys.

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