|Re: [Sawfish] xfce4-panel has window decoration when installing Sawfish from Git on Debian wheezy.|
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Normally panels should have the window type dock or something.
Can you check the output of xwininfo -all (and then click the panel) or
provide it here?
On Mon, 02 Sep 2013 15:06:44 -0400
"Bradley M. Kuhn" <bkuhn@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I recently installed rep-gtk/librep/sawfish from the Git repositories
> rather than running the version available on Debian wheezy .
> I noticed the following behavior that does not appear in the Debian
> packaged version in wheezy, but does appear when I run my version out
> of my git repositories.
> Namely, the xfce4-panel is framed (i.e., it has window border and
> title bar decoration from sawfish). I can easily get rid of that
> with the following:
> (set-window-type (get-window-by-name-re "xfce4-panel") 'unframed)
> However, I'm quite sure this doesn't happen with sawfish in wheezy,
> which is 1:1.5.3-2.1+b1.
> Was a bug introduced? Did the older sawfish have some way of
> recognizing xfce4-panel was a panel and should be unframed, whereas
> the new one does not?
>  ... which I did primarily to work around the odd window resizing
> behavior found in wheezy (although Debian has fixed that by
> backporting the patch:
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=711846 )