CSD (client-side decorations) for all apps?
slackernetuk at gmail.com
Sun Aug 9 15:46:49 CEST 2020
Absolutely brilliant. 👍
I've just set export GTK_CSD=1 in my $HOME/.bash_profile
On Sun, Aug 9, 2020 at 11:07 AM Olivier Fourdan <fourdan at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's actually each app to its own…
> For GTK apps, try setting the environment variable GTK_CSD=1 prior to
> launch the app (also please note that xfce4-terminal is a bit special
> as it uses a server and opens new windows using DBus, meaning that you
> need to set GTK_CSD=1 prior to run any xfce4-terminal).
> If you're really sure about that, you can also set GTK_CSD to 1 in a
> env script in /etc/profile.d/
> For Firefox, right-click on the menu bar at the top, select customize,
> and unset the "title bar" option (toward the bottom of the dialog).
> On Sun, 9 Aug 2020 at 04:27, SlackerNET UK <slackernetuk at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hiya everyone,
> > Xfce 4.16pre1 is nearly on the way, that is the reason why I would like
> to know how I can enable CSD (client-side decorations) for all apps?
> > There're a lot of apps without enabled CSD, as an example
> xfce4-terminal, Firefox etc...
> > Cheers
> > Frank
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