dissappearing icons

Olivier Fourdan fourdan at xfce.org
Wed May 8 16:13:34 CEST 2002

Gnustep ? I'm affraid you'll have to test that with xfwm4 because I have
no plan to install Gnustep on my system...


On Wed, 2002-05-08 at 15:00, Javanx wrote:
> On 07 May 2002 23:31:44 +0200
> Olivier Fourdan <fourdan at xfce.org> wrote:
> > Since this application is yet to be written, you
> > won't see any icons.
> > 
> > In the meantime, use Alt+Tab to navigate between
> > apps or use either gnome panel (panel) or KDE
> > panel (kicker)
> That's what i meant about making panel
> pluginable/configurable. It would be cool the have
> a plugin for the panel that makes the panel manage
> the icons so that it's also possible to use a
> FileManager with programs/directory icons on the
> desktop (like the various nautilus/gmc/konqueror).
> Ah, I forgot about it. Look at the integration
> between XFWM4 and GNUStep, I like ObjC but the
> integration between AppKit and XFWM3 was quite
> bad. Menus of GNUStep applications tend to
> disappear and it has some problems with window
> mangement.
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