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,
I remember:
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. ;-)

x2go-dev mailing list

Reply via email to