|author||Havoc Pennington <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2001-10-29 07:00:46 +0000|
|committer||Havoc Pennington <email@example.com>||2001-10-29 07:00:46 +0000|
note exciting new unminimize feature for the tab popup
2001-10-29 Havoc Pennington <firstname.lastname@example.org> * README: note exciting new unminimize feature for the tab popup * src/keybindings.c (process_tab_grab): use meta_window_activate() when choosing a window with tab popup, this should deiconify it * src/window.c (meta_window_client_message): use meta_window_activate for _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW message (meta_window_activate): new function to raise/focus/unminimize (meta_window_flush_calc_showing): new function (meta_window_focus): force a calc showing on focus, so that we can focus the window if appropriate (it must be mapped)
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@@ -148,11 +148,11 @@ METACITY BUGS, NON-FEATURES, AND CAVEATS
- If you want keybindings which are not the ones mentioned above
as features, you have to edit keybindings.c and recompile.
- - Metacity does not have any way to unminimize a window. So
- clicking the minimize button is sort of a bad idea.
+ - The only way to unminimize at the moment is to use the Alt+Tab
+ move-between-windows feature.
(If you had a WM-spec-compliant tasklist, it would work
- for unminimization.)
- (Update: you can use "test-wnck" from the libwnck CVS module to
+ for unminimization also.)
+ (Or you can use "test-wnck" from the libwnck CVS module to
unminimize, but it's not much of a UI ;-)
- Metacity uses the new window manager spec, but only random bits of