Re: Problem with GTK-3 apps in KDE

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On Thu, 2023-01-12 at 16:55 -0700, Robin Laing wrote:
> On 2023-01-02 06:20, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > I have the Window Behaviour action for middle-click on the title
> > bar
> > set to "Toggle raise and lower", but some GTK-3 apps ignore this
> > setting for certain windows. One example is the Compose window in
> > the
> > Evolution groupware suite.
> > 
> > To see what I mean, try the gtk3-demo app (from the gtk3-devel
> > package)
> > which also shows this behaviour under KDE but not under Gnome.
> > 
> > poc
> > _______________________________________________
> I noticed this in the last couple of days with F37 under Wayland.  I 
> found this with Firefox and Konsole so it may not be just GTK-3 apps.
> I have not had time to do more tests but it is very frustrating as I
> use 
> the title bar shading for productivity and focus which is mainly lost
> now.
> On this present desktop Title Bar shading won't work in Konsole, 
> galculator, Okular and Firefox.
> What is more interesting is if I click on the panel and go to the 
> Application > More, Shade is not an available option for any of these
> programs.

On X11 I see the Shade option both in the System Settings panel and
with a right-click on the title bar. As it's not something I ever use I
can't say if it works properly (I've no idea what it's supposed to do
and can't find any documentation on it).

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