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From: Bertrand Gmail
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2017 18:36:57 +0100
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Le 26/11/2017 à 09:27, Graham Lee a écrit :
Hi Sergii,

this is very exciting. For me, the unification of GWorkspace with the window manager alone makes it all worthwhile; having GWorkspace and WindowMaker each produce their own desktop background window and their own Dock made them less useful. Thank you!
I don't think it's GWorkspace but a brand new app called Workspace as in Nextstep. That's a choice but I think that this can of integration would be valuable for GWorkspace also. In fact, one thing that I lack, is the ability of GNUstep to integrate non gnustep apps : to give them an app icon who could be handled by GWorkspace or any other NSWorkspace app, to give them a global menu as any other GNUstep app, etc. One can even imagine that GNUstep could give them window decoration and handle the window management.

For now, GWorkspace uses app wrappers and they are clearly lacking this kind of features.


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