Re: small patch, for UTILITY/SPLASH types, and FULLSCREEN state

> > I thought about that a bit - I think it implies that the window should
> > be mapped on top, but I'm not sure it implies a constraint that the
> > window is always on top - shouldn't you be able to Alt+Tab out of the
> > fullscreen window? Can't you do this with PowerPoint presentations for
> > example? And if there are two fullscreen windows can't you use Alt+Tab
> > to go between them?
> No it should not always be on top.

Why ? that seems very arbitrary and limited


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