Re: what exactly is TYPE_DIALOG

On Wednesday 02 October 2002 09:06, Lubos Lunak wrote:
>  Hello,
>  maybe stupid question, but how exactly am I supposed to say if a window is
> TYPE_NORMAL or TYPE_DIALOG. One specific example why I'm asking are KDE's
> configuration modules run as standalone (e.g. right-click on titlebar and
> select 'Configure ...' - a window allowing the user to configure WM-related
> things appears, but it's handled by a separate process and doesn't prevent
> manipulating other windows). From user's point of view, it's clearly a
> dialog, it's even implemented using class QDialog which will set
> TYPE_DIALOG for it, but should it really be TYPE_DIALOG?

There appears to be a bug in qt 3.0.5 where it is not setting type_dialog 
correctly.  Even the "open location" and find dialogs are not properly set to 
be dialogs.

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