Re: GTK+, WM, desktops and CSD


whether or not Chromium uses client-side decorations has no bearing as
to GTK+ allowing them. The ability for application developers to
control the decorations of the windows they use has been a
long-standing request for GTK+; we've been talking about embedding
widgets inside decorations even before Chrome was a thing.

Let's not side-track this discussion even further.


On 24 March 2015 at 12:05, Pavel Machek <pavel ucw cz> wrote:

Besides, I don't think we should evaluate CSD in gtk+ based on
Chromium implementation.

IIRC Chromium moved away from gtk+ in favor of aura [1].

I was aware Chromium is not gtk based -- at least it shows problem is

Evince has the same problem. But as atril is available, I tend to just
avoid evince.

pavel duo:~$ ldd `which evince` | grep gtk
    => /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/
pavel duo:~$

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