Re: xclock -borderwidth 0?

On 11 Dec, Havoc Pennington wrote:
>From that I take it that what your user wants to do is turn off the
> window manager frame - they could use the MWM hints for this.  Or in
> GTK, gtk_window_set_decorated() which translates to the MWM hints.
> -bw or setting window border does not affect the WM frame.
> Havoc

Yes, many thanks - I was unaware of the distinction between `window
border' and `window manager frame'. (Thank you for the very interesting
mini-history of these features, btw.) I'll now investigate the Motif
Window Manager (MWV) hints. (I see that you've written other postings on
this subject.)

John A. Murdie
Experimental Officer (Software)
Department of Computer Science
University of York

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