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Re: Taskbar appearance changes between xorg-server 11 series and 12.0 series
On 4/7/2012 1:45 PM, Jon TURNEY wrote:
On 07/04/2012 17:45, Eliot Moss wrote:
I'm not sure if you are labouring under a misapprehension due to poor
documentation, or reporting a bug here.
The STYLE directive adjusts the window styling of all windows which match the
specified class or window name, it shouldn't matter how the application which
created that window was started, be it from the XWin menu, from ~/.startxwinrc
or from a terminal. If it does matter how the application was started, then
that is a bug.
I think I was confused. I had tried to apply STYLE MINIMIZE based on
a misunderstanding of how xemacs named its windows. When I use STYLE
emacs MINIMIZE, it matches the window name and seems to work all the
time. Of course this means that manually launched ones also start
minimized, which wasn't my intent, but is livable. It does seem that
xemacs is deeply confused about this whole how-to-start thing, as its
FAQ observes :-) ...
Thanks -- E
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