Sven Neumann escribió:
> Nevertheless, if we can make sure that there's always a leader window,
> then using the utility hint is going to work much better than it does
Oh, I understand.
I can see why Inkscape hasn't the same problem. But in their case they
have a complete instance of the whole interface for every document
opened, which is not an acceptable thing for a Gimp (well, it isn't
acceptable for Inkscape either, I read that they're planning to change
for a tabbed interface soon).
Thanks for the clarification.
I looked at Opera, as it has been suggested here. It has very good
options for managing tabs (manage different views and make tiles or
cascades for multiple views, detach windows from the tabbed environment,
I have to agree that it seems pretty convenient for GIMP.
Now, the question is, as gg pointed out, if GTK allows that kind of
solution. I've never seen a GTK app doing that, so I'm afraid it doesn't.
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