Re: gnome compliance

Stelios Bounanos (sb@dial.pipex.com)
Fri, 02 Aug 2002 11:36:38 +0100


 >>>>> On Fri, 02 Aug 2002 03:18:42 -0500, Chris Lee
 >>>>> <chris@elfhame.net> was runoured to have said:

 > On Thu, 1 Aug 2002 19:30:16 +0100, James said:

 >> On Thu, Aug 01, 2002 at 12:34:36PM -0500, Chris Lee wrote:
 >> | 
 >> | On Thu, 1 Aug 2002 17:50:31 +0100, James said:
 >> | 
 >> | > On Thu, Aug 01, 2002 at 05:19:32PM +0100, rupert@complinet.com wrote:
 >> | >  | 
 >> | >  | > Bah. I see nothing wrong with AS as it is. Gnome is not the end all be 
 >> | >  | > all, I run AS in the first place to get away from the bloat of Gnome, KDE 
 >> | >  | > and friends.
 >> | >  | 
 >> | >  | well said :-)
 >> | >  | pager, wharf and startmenu do everything i need, and leave me with
 >> | >  | a damn sight more free memory!
 >> | >  
 >> | >  The only tiny thing with AS and GNOME is that AS doesn't know where the
 >> | >  GNOME panels are. So you hit maximise and it covers the panels.
 >> | >  
 >> | >  I'm bored, is there a way of altering it so the panels don't get
 >> | >  covered? and where would I put such code? :-)
 >> | >  
 >> | 
 >> | ~/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep/database
 >> | add the line:
 >> | Style	"panel" 	NoTitle, StaysOnTop, WindowListSkip, NoHandles,
 >> | AvoidCover
 >> | or somthing like it in there.
 >> | 'man afterstep' for further details on use of the database file.
 >> 
 >> Hmm, thanks for that. That works when moving windows around - they
 >> "bang" into the sides of the panels now, instead of hiding under/over
 >> them, but I am still free to resize the window (either manually or with
 >> the maximise button) under any panel.
 >> 

 > Ok, I'll look at the Gnome module when I finish breaki^H^H^H^H^H^H working on
 > Pager and see if there's anything that can be done about it.

This is great, especially for the Pager, since the gnome module
currently WFM just fine ;-) Thanks!

 >> The GNOME panels have an "Avoid on maximize" option in their settings,
 >> which is enabled, but it doesn't seem to do anything.
 >> 

Rgds,
/-sb.
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