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[directfb-dev] Re: Window Stacking Classes
On Jan 19, 2004, at 3:10 PM, Denis Oliver Kropp wrote:
Quoting Chad Hardin:
Really? I casually monitor the list and haven't picked up on any upcoming changes like this. Interesting.
Is there a link of some kind that explains the changes?
DirectFB should only provide the core functionality for
Ok, my mention of needing "a couple dozen" StackingClasses was probably a bit much. :-)
8 is more like it, that is how many GNUstep has.
Here are the GNUstep levels:
NSDesktopWindowLevel = -1000, /* GNUstep addition */
NSNormalWindowLevel = 0,
NSFloatingWindowLevel = 3,
NSSubmenuWindowLevel = 3,
NSTornOffMenuWindowLevel = 3,
NSMainMenuWindowLevel = 20,
NSDockWindowLevel = 21, /* Deprecated - use NSStatusWindowLevel */
NSStatusWindowLevel = 21,
NSModalPanelWindowLevel = 100,
NSPopUpMenuWindowLevel = 101,
NSScreenSaverWindowLevel = 1000
Of course, I'm interested in the needs of GNUstep.