[LAU] GxPlugins.lv2, Wayland and X (Was: Re: Linux-audio-user Digest, Vol 140, Issue 9)
len at ovenwerks.net
Thu Oct 11 03:37:19 CEST 2018
On Wed, 10 Oct 2018, Colin Fletcher wrote:
> On 09/10/18 16:42, Len Ovens wrote:
>> One of the "new" gnome-isms that I hate is thew take over of of the
>> window decorations. I tend to use many windows on any screen and I want
>> to know which window has focus. I look for a desktop theme where the
>> window with focus has a different colour than all others. Right now I am
>> using orange for focused and grey for unfocused. Any gnome app I use
>> insists on a grey title bar no matter what the theme is and merely makes
>> the text slightly greyer for unfocused. This forces one to use click to
>> focus instead of focus follows mouse (they still don't seem to have
>> focus follows mind for some reason) which makes things like copying from
>> one window in full view to a window partly covered hard to do.
> You can use libgtk3-nocss to make Gnome 3 apps use the window manager
> theme under xfce (on Debian, at least: sudo apt install gtk3-nocsd).
> It's also supposedly possible to add 'export GTK_CSD=0' to ~/.xsessionrc
> to achieve the same result, though I haven't actually tried that.
it is a little more complex than that. after installing gtk3-nocsd, go to
the upstream page: https://github.com/PCMan/gtk3-nocsd and find the
directions in the README.md file. But then it works fine.
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