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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: [Libreoffice] suggestion to improve libreoffice writer


Hi everyone,

2011/3/31 James Wilde <james.wilde@sunde-wilde.com>


On Mar 18, 2011, at 16:41 , Charles Marcus wrote:

On 2011-03-18 10:18 AM, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
Until Unity and/or GONME3 if I understand their changes correctly.  Each
open application is full screen and almost no way to get around it
currently.

That is insane... I would not use any software or desktop environment
that imposed such ludicrous and unfriendly conditions.

I agree with Charles that this is an idea that deserves to be killed -
along with its proposer - before it gets off the paper.


Just to make things clear, neither Gnome Shell nor Unity force a window to
be full-screen. While Gnome Shell does get rid of the "maximize"/"minimize"
window button, it uses dragging to and away from the top for maximizing and
minimizing. (It also adds dragging to the sides to make a window take up
half the screen.) Unity uses these same gestures, plus it keeps the
"maximize"/"minimize" button.

So both of these work very much like Windows 7, and there are no plans to
change this functionality.

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