Ernesto Acosta elavdeveloper at myopera.com
Thu Jan 12 14:30:40 CET 2012

Well, the tar-ball with the patch I got it from here http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=40030

El jue, 12 ene, 2012, a las 01:00 , André Miranda escribió:
> Em 12/01/2012 00:41, Matthew Brush escreveu:
> >
> > The user in me thinks this would be great but the developer in me 
> > thinks this is too "magic" and would be nasty to implement and add 
> > options for, riddled with corner cases (not that I've ever even looked 
> > at the XFWM4 code base).
> >
> > I think the Win7/GNOME3 behaviour is fine as long as it can be 
> > disabled/enabled at will, since obviously there's lots of people who 
> > do like it.
> You made your point, this timer thing it's kinda a minor (and some times 
> unnoticeable) feature that adds hundreds of lines to code and might let 
> the component slower or even broken.
> As Ernesto proposed, it can turned on or off by the user. If the going 
> to be on by default, it's up to you, Matthew...
> The user in me thinks that this feature is useful, even tough 
> irrelevant, but the devoleper in me thinks it's only worth to be 
> included if its code is pretty simple and well implemented. I can't get 
> the source right now, so Ernesto could you release it as .zip, tarball, 
> plain-text or whatever?
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