liquidshell in kdereview
ivan.cukic at kde.org
Fri Mar 15 06:59:32 GMT 2019
> Same as if you use Gnome Shell instead of liquidshell, no?
> If the application locks itself in a bad state depending the Desktop in use,
> that's a bug of the application not of the desktop.
Yes and no. KWin can force applications to be on specific activities.
The fact that liquidshell makes no use of activities does not mean that
activities are disabled. Namely, KWin uses activities, KWin will start the
activity manager daemon and KWin will handle windows as it does on Plasma.
Dolphin, Gwenview, etc. will still use activities as they do now. Nothing will
change in that regard.
So, liquidshell doesn't use activities means:
- it does not react to activity changes
- it does not offer a way to switch activities, even if they still exist
Anyhow, while I do find it strange to market a non-feature in the features
list, I don't have anything against it. If people want to use liquidshell
instead of plasma or lxqt, why would we stop them?
I don't think we've had 'political' discussions in the review phase before,
and I don't think we should now.
dr Ivan Čukić
KDE, ivan.cukic at kde.org, https://cukic.co/
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