[PATCH] remove borders on maximized windows
notmart at gmail.com
Fri Sep 18 16:33:26 CEST 2009
On Friday 18 September 2009, Lucas Murray wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 2:31 AM, Marco Martin <notmart at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hi all,
> > one of the things we need for the plasma netbook shell is to have windows
> > fullscreen most of the time, so be maximized and without borders (title
> > and controls to unmaximize and close are directly into the panel) but
> > keeping the possibility to have not maximized windows with normal borders
> > as usual. a while ago talking with martin we had the idea to use
> > decoration, directly in kdecoration, so here it is..
> This is not the correct way to go about it. You will want to use
> fullscreen windows and not maximisation. No point hacking maximisation
> to act identical to an already-existing functionality.
> > anoter idea could be modifying window rules to match also geometry,
> > maximized state etc..
> This is probably better.
i tried expanding the window rules, but it seems that rules are stored per-
client and only the ones that match, so a match of a thing that continuosly
changes like the maximize state can't work.
it could perhaps be solved by being able to access the client in
WindowRules::check##rule and return a value that depends from the match, but
doesn't seem particularly feasible?
i think the best way is still in kcommondecoration (custom decoration would
still be able to access the config option and manage it by temselves)
another plasce could be in the Client class, in changeMaximize(), but doesn't
seem to be possible to access the configuration from there?
> > another thing we need is to start windows always maximized, for that
> > using a rule could be a good idea, however a problem is that we should
> > maximize only windows with a decoration, because plasma popups are of
> > window type (not dialog, yeah, bad, but kinda needed for drag and drop of
> > extenders)
> KWin already has a "maximizing" placement algorithm. It can be enabled
> in System Settings -> Window Behavior -> Advanced -> Placement.
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