borderless window?

Kristoffer kfs1 at
Mon May 16 18:54:49 CEST 2005

On Mon, 16 May 2005 09:45:21 +0200, Stefan Stuhr <xfceuserslist at>  

> man, 16 05 2005 kl. 12:52 +0530, skrev Biju Chacko:
>> I just tried this with Opera 8 and can't figure out what you need. The
>> left border that expands to a list of views is perfectly clickable. I
>> don't understand why you require borderless windows.
>> Could you explain to me what kind of behavior you are expecting
>> vis-a-vis what id actually happening?
> Things at the edge of the screen is easier and faster to reach than
> things not at the edge of the screen [1]. When the maximized Opera
> window has a left border, the expander in Opera is not at det edge of
> the screen.
> I think it would be a good idea to allow a hidden option to disable
> (hide) left, right and bottom borders from maximized windows.
> It would also often make it easier (and faster) to use scrollbars.
> [1] Fitts' law:'_law
>> -- b
> Stefan
hear! hear! this was what i was talking about :)

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