On Fri, Oct 30, 2015 at 4:43 PM, Jaimos Skriletz
<jaimosskril...@boisestate.edu> wrote:

> There is no bug here from my perspective. FVWM is correctly honoring the
> hint/state set by the GTK3 apps that use this feature. It would be a bug if
> FVWM did not honor this. Now there is a feature request here, to allow FVWM
> to be configured to ignore this hint/state on particular windows. But this
> would be a feature of FVWM to ignore the hint.

We're getting into somewhat meaningless semantics here. But for me
it's a clear bug. FVWM's job is to manage windows. If it doesn't
manage windows because a misbehaving application asks it not to,
that's not sensible behaviour. My desire to have my desktop behave the
way I want trumps the application developers' desire to screw me over.


I saw cout being shifted "Hello world" times to the left and stopped
right there. — Steve Gonedes

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