Great ideas: as long as you keep the speed of the graphics as in R5 i
welcome such behavior ...
Don't let the WM become a slow, huge monster like KDE2/3 ...
I was just thinking about this the other day. I think is a great Idea. IIRC the metacity WM on gnome2 does this
something else I think would be nifty would be having preset window layouts. this is sorta difficult to explain, but let me try.
this would be a function similar to the "tile windows" functionality in MS operating systems.
but you could lay the windows out on the screen as you wanted them and then save that layout to be used later.
it would have an interface that would let you choose which open program would go in each pre-defined size and screen location. (I don't know what the best interface would be) perhaps a borderless window with a miniature desktop with empty windows and a list of running programs that can be dragged into each position?
you could also have it just put them back like they were if its the same programs
that you had open when you created the layout.
someone else mentioned having the WM maximize the windows and arrange the title bars along the top of the screen like tabs. I think that would be cool as well.
On Friday, October 18, 2002, at 01:12 PM, DeadMilkman wrote:
What about include in the future some "extra behavior" in app windows?
- If you hold CTRL while dragging the window close to the corner of the screen, it´s atracted. (Like Winamp). - If you hold Shift and click in the window control box, you make it a topmost window.