sumit.chandra.agarwal at gmail.com
Fri Mar 21 17:36:44 GMT 2008
Yes, this is somewhat true, but wouldn't at least the titlebar edges
remain grab-able? It also begs a question I personally have been
wondering for some time: is it possible to force GNOME to draw a
resizer in the corner on all windows, including those lacking a status-
On Mar 21, 2008, at 9:46 AM, Cory K. wrote:
> Sumit Agarwal wrote:
>> I fully agree. I like the OS X border-less style, but of course that
>> necessitates a compositing engine + drop shadows.
>> I think a very minimal window border would go a long way to
>> professionalizing and de-cartooning the GNOME desktop. As I see it
>> now, the wide borders reflect the very annoying hard-outlined GNOME
>> style icons. This is a trend that seems to be self-perpetuating for
>> good reason (look at the icon sheets for Firefox 3. See the Linux
>> Why are we making new icons that look like they're stuck in 1998?).
> Issue with this is you lose the ability to resize the windows
> A less than 3px border is very hard to grab and 0px means only being
> able to grab the corners.
> -Cory K.
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