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El 21/10/19 a las 19:51, Ralf Mardorf escribió:
> I don't want to contribute to this discussion, since I've given up to
> debate controversial points with Linux communities. It's just a
> waste of time and at best good arguments lead to getting banned from
> communities. Unfortunately most of the times it also leads to
> aspersions and defamations. In short, good luck with this thread.
I think any discussion could be good when based on respect and trying to
focus on objective technical topics.
Of course anyone have its own oppinion, but I think in this case we can
talk about if CSD have a real technical advantage in order to achieve a
consistent desktop environment experience.
As I said before, I think CSD brings inconsistency (cause the reasons I
told before). But maybe my knowledge is not as good to understand all
the CSD benefits and I can change my mind if anyone could explain them
In short. I think this thread could be a constructive one. ;)
> However,https://github.com/ZaWertun/gtk3-nocsd might be interesting
> for one or the other user, since it allows to get back a little bit of
> theme consistency between CSD and non-CSD apps.
I still using gtk3-nocsd patch on my Debian. But it does not works with
all apps and although it is a good solution, it is not perfect in terms
of consistency (apps with two header bars don't look like very well ).
IMHO CSD was introduced to bring an specific user experience to Gnome
Users (Elementary uses CSD too), but they suppose all the users only
will use their applications and they suppose they could bring us all the
applications we need. This actually still don't happen until now... and
surely never will happen. So I think it is not a good idea.
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