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#1 Nov. 8, 2005 19:02:49

Andrew S.
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Dragging windows together


Are there GTK or GDK level functions what will let me drag two top level
windows together?

I have two toplevel windows without decorations and I want to be able to
drag them using a grip on one so they maintain the same relative
position.

I'm looking at doing it building up XEvents, but I'd really like to do
it with a higher level API if possible.

If anyone has any ideas, please respond. . .



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#2 Nov. 8, 2005 21:19:09

Matthias C.
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Dragging windows together


On Tue, 2005-11-08 at 12:00 -0700, Andrew Shafer wrote:
> Are there GTK or GDK level functions what will let me drag two top level
> windows together?
>
> I have two toplevel windows without decorations and I want to be able to
> drag them using a grip on one so they maintain the same relative
> position.
>
> I'm looking at doing it building up XEvents, but I'd really like to do
> it with a higher level API if possible.
>
> If anyone has any ideas, please respond. . .

There is no way to do that portably. ddd tries to do it, and it works
with some window manager, and breaks horribly with others...

Matthias

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