On Fri, Feb 02, 2018 at 02:15:28AM +0900, Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> well i think it's because with gtk3 now the titlebar is also like the menu bar
> and "toolbar" and so on... this is their ux design direction. it removes as
> much of the "titlebar" bits as it can without removing actual functionality. 
> it
> also removes the request to be borderless etc.

So just to be clear, they're going to stop asking E to remove the title
bar? If so, great.

But either way, E is the most configurable window manager on the planet
I'm pretty sure, so it should really have a way for me to ignore an app
with broken directives that work against what I want and need.

Afterall, it's my desktop, not theirs :)

Would you please consider re-allowing control of the menubar/border
even if the app says otherwise?

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