Re: Having applications open on the 'launcher' workspace

Well it seems we use the same technique... Having only a p3 450 does
help quite a bit.

On Fri, 2003-12-05 at 04:47, Joe Gasiorek wrote:
> I can see how this could bug you.  But I guess I have grown to adapt to
> this.  I launch the application, and can switch workspaces quick enough
> so the program launches in the workespace i want it to be in.  Ofcourse
> it helps to have a slow computer and launching evolution takes a while.
> On Thu, 2003-12-04 at 21:47, Antoine D wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > First of all I hope this is the proper list to be discussing this. If
> > not please accept my apologies and redirect me ;)
> > I've been wanting to work on gnome for some time and thought I'd start
> > with the one bug that keeps nagging me, mainly that applications don't
> > open on the workspace that launches them (i.e.: launch
> > epiphany/evolution/gnome-terminal and switch workspace, it will open on
> > the current workspace). My initial guess was to fix this in metacity,
> > but it seems the problem may actually be coming from the state of
> > startup notification in gnome (which should be giving metacity the
> > workspace information right?). I'm willing to work on this (well at
> > least try) and would love some orientation. Unless this bug has been
> > fixed in recent CVS?
> > So basically here's my first question, what is the current state of the
> > startup-notification library? How much does it currently implement of
> > the preliminary draft available on More questions to
> > come if what I'm saying makes any sense (it being close to 4AM in Paris
> > and all).
> > 
> > Regards,
> > Antoine
> > 
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