[LAD] [LAU] [ANN] LADI Session Handler - Preview 1
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Thu Sep 3 10:38:06 UTC 2009
drew Roberts wrote:
> On Wednesday 02 September 2009 10:37:18 you wrote:
>>> On Tuesday 01 September 2009 19:18:45 Dennis Schulmeister wrote:
>>>> That kind of application already exists. It's called a tiling window
>>>> manager. ;) DWM is one I sometimes use although I never tried it for
>>>> audio work.
>>> I think what is being asked for is more like a regular window manager
>>> with a
>>> tiling type window manager inside of it that handles the audio apps. Or
>>> perhaps all apps you assign to it. The rest exist outside of the tiling
>>> They may want more flexibility inside the tiling part though. It has been
>>> while since I fired up a tiling manager and so don't recall details atm.
>>> (I could be completely off on this read, but is is my take from paying
>>> attention to this thread.)
>> No it's exactly what i meant ;)
>> This "tiling window manager" application would handle only the audio
>> applications (or the one you want it to handle) and could be started
>> within any DE . The goal is to combine the advantages of the "all-in one
>> audio app" and of a multiple applications workflow.
> Right, and each app in this meta window could have its window positioned and
> sized according to the user's wishes and remembered. Right?
This can be done by KDE!
Anyway you can't restore an audio session ;), but you can tell each
individual window what it has to do after you open it, IIRC excepted of
the desktop, everything can be remembered, if you set it to remember
what you want a window to remember.
> all the best,
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