On Thu, May 17, 2018 at 11:35 PM, Stefan Baur <x2go-m...@baur-itcs.de> wrote:
> Am 17.05.2018 um 23:21 schrieb Ulrich Sibiller:
>> Also I suppose we should automatically disable the magic pixel when
>> there's no window manager running. What do you think?
> I'd say your thinking is a bit too Linux-centric here.
> Or would your code also detect a running MS Windows / macOS underneath
> X2GoClient as "has WM"?
Unfortunately I do not remember, although I have beee examining that
recently (while debugging the flickering issue on Windows). No, wait,
vcxsrv brings its own window manager for the multiwindow mode and then
nx is reporting "has WM". No idea about MacOs, though.
> Because the magic pixel is useful on those platforms, too - especially
> Windows, where pressing Ctrl+Alt+F regularly crashes the X server,
> instead of toggling fullscreen mode.
We could file vcxsrv bug for that. We "just" need to track it down and
build some small example code. ;-)
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