Custom KWin popup menu
kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Mon Jan 3 15:16:32 GMT 2005
On Monday 03 January 2005 17:48, Andy Teijelo Pérez wrote:
> I'm not saying there are no design flaws in PUTTY or any application that
> suddenly leaves you with no way to change a runtime setting. Ok, that's a
> problem for them. But I still think it would be nice to let the
> applications to customize the menu shown by their window manager when
> clicked. It's a common feature in Windows, I see nothing wrong with it and
> I've missed it sometimes. It's not that I want to copy Windows, it's just
> that it's a good feature in my opinion and I would like to see it in KWin
> and other window managers.
What kind of window settings would be in there?
The application couldn't put application settings into this menu as it
couldn't rely on the menu being present, e.g. the window manager could not
draw decorations at all, or just tiny borders.
That's why application settings are usually part of the application itself,
accessible by the usual means (menu, context menu, keyboard shortcut)
Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at gmx.at>
Qt/KDE Developer, Debian User
www.mrunix.de - German Unix/Linux programming forum
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