Re: Major feature that is missing in gnome

On Tue, Jan 07, 2003 at 03:56:21PM +0000, Calum Benson wrote:
> On Tue, 2003-01-07 at 15:43, Julien Olivier wrote:
> > -Open Mozilla, Evolution and XMMS for example.
> > -Minimize XMMS
> > -> Moz and Evo are visible
> > -Press CTRL-ALT-D
> > -> No window is visible
> > -click on XMMS in the taskbar
> > -> Moz,Evo and XMMS are visible. The correct behaviour would be to have
> > only XMMS visible.
> You should probably add your comments to
> about how you expect
> this to behave.  But what you're seeing now is how it's currently
> designed to work-- it copies the behaviour of "Show Desktop" on Windows
> XP, for what it's worth :)

FWIW, in my version of XP (sp1) I did the following:

 - open OE, IE and access
 - minimize access
   - OE and IE visible
 - click the hide/show desktop button in the task bar
 - no windows visible
 - click on access in the task bar
 	- access now visible (correct behaviour IMHO). 

Maybe it works differently for apps without window decorations in xp


Alan <alan ufies org> -
"The only thing that experience teaches us is that experience teaches 
us nothing.	        -- Andre Maurois (Emile Herzog)

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