Am 21.12.2011 16:39, schrieb Matthew Brush:
On 12/20/2011 10:50 PM, Thomas Martitz wrote:
Am 21.12.2011 02:58, schrieb Matthew Brush:

And maybe add an hidden option in case ppl actually like the GTK

It's actually a *GNOME* feature that crept into GTK+. This seems to be
a pattern lately that makes me very sad. I guess they think because
their target users are idiots that everyone that uses GTK+ in their
program has the same target users.

But it's in GTK, and it'll behave that way everywhere where GTK is, no?
I.e. on non-Gnome DEs. So how's that a Gnome-only thing? Unless GTK has
a "if (gnome) {}" code path?

Yes, it's in GTK+ as default because a GNOME "designer" put it there, breaking every GTK+ application (GNOME-specific or otherwise) that relied on the default behaviour.

How come you say "it makes Geany's GTK+ open dialog even weirder on non-GNOME DE" then if it's not gnome specific at all?

I'd argue the other way around. Your patch makes Geany's open dialog behave differently to the rest of the GTK apps.

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