I agree with showing Wilber all the time in situations where the visual
will refer to a 'session' of GIMP (ie: single-window mode or grouping as
mentioned in GNOME 3). In single window mode it may make sense to keep the
thumbnails for identification of particular image windows.
In OSX Yosemite, wilber is shown when alt-tabbing or on the dock (even in
On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 9:30 AM Jehan <je...@girinstud.io> wrote:
> Right now, the GIMP icon in taskbar/alt-tab is either the Wilber icon
> when no image is opened or a thumbnail of the image otherwise.
> A Windows user raised the issue that when there are a lot of
> applications opened, it is difficult to find GIMP when it shows a
> thumbnail and would propose to always show the Wilber icon.
> Feature request: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=707932
> A recent proposition has been that we always show the Wilber icon in
> single window mode, and the thumbnails in multi-windows mode with images
> Though at times I appreciated the idea of showing thumbnails, nowadays I
> am not sure anymore this is that much interesting. As users note, it
> makes it more difficult sometimes to find GIMP windows.
> Also I notice that in GNOME 3, there is no taskbar anymore, it groups
> windows per application (which means that alt-tab does not switch
> between several GIMP windows anymore), and it always show the
> application icon (whether in alt-tab or anywhere else).
> I could not find any GNOME or FreeDesktop spec though with explicit
> choices over program icons to show in various cases.
> I wonder how things have evolved in other Operating Systems, like
> Windows 10 and OSX. Any input?
> Moreover I think most alt-tab UI (or alt-~ in GNOME 3) would show
> previews of the windows (bigger than small thumbnail icons) these days,
> no? So the icon thumbnail may appear even more useless or redundant
> Does it still make sense to generate icon thumbnails?
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