Re: Themes for 3.0


On Sat, 27 Nov 2010 13:47:47 +0900 (JST)
wrote Teika Kazura <teika lavabit com>:

>It seems that a new group is created for each tab group. If it's so,
>then it's wrong. In fact, group is set by X, and can be set by other
>Sawfish codes (eg by user), too. Since a window belongs to only one
>group, tab code shouldn't use group. Instead, it has to prepare a list
>(or vector) of tabgroups, and each element remembers the member
>windows of each tabgroup. (And the lookup function which returns the
>tabgroup a window belongs to.)

A new tab is add to the group from the "parent" window.
I try to explain. If you have a window like gedit and evince then
you have two groups gedit and evince. If you add evince as tab to gedit
window then evince got the group gedit and if you reales evince from
tab-window it got his default evince group. 
Is that wrong???


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