Re: mplayer and fvwm-crystal
William Hopkins <email@example.com> writes:
> On 07/06/11 at 12:03pm, lee wrote:
>> William Hopkins <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> > mplayer is a command-line tool. If you wish to control it
>> Its window always had decorations when running it with KDE.
> Most window managers accept alt-rightclick for resizes, and
> alt-leftclick for
> moves (I am only suggesting as an interim solution)
Hey cool, I didn't know that. It works with fvwm-crystal, too :) Only
it's not very convenient because I'm using a trackball with my left
hand. Perhaps I can reconfigure fvwm2 to use the AltGr key instead.
>> So either there's some setting of fvwm-crystal that turns off the
>> decorations and which I couldn't find, or the default for mplayer is to
>> create a window that doesn't have decorations (if that is something the
>> application creating the window can decide).
> Check your .fvwm2rc for an mplayer entry, or the system-wide config
> file at
Yep, that was the first thing I did and didn't find anything.
>> Are you suggesting that the default for mplayers windows is not to have
> I haven't run a 'decorations-setting' WM in years, sorry. My
> recollection has
> always been of mplayer without them.
IIUC, you mean the mplayer window comes up without decorations by
default. So kwin must have added decorations forcefully.
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