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When I use xfwm4, I use a a lot the keyboard. Really a lot. In fact, I use my mouse only to resize or move windows. So, for a maximized windows, I don't need window borders nor title bar ("menus" ?). I did a quick & dirty patch (2 lines) to hide window decorations when a window is maximized. Now I give it to you as "proof of concept".
Any chance yo have this feature "out of the box" in the future ?
Steps to Reproduce:
Created attachment 1485
quick & dirty patch to demonstrate the idea
Why not using fullscreen (alt+f11 by default) and get teh same result - You can still cycle between windows with alt+tab
I don't want to hide the panel, and fullscreen hides the panel
on all my netbooks, i use openbox instead of xfwm for just one reason: there ist alt-space alt-d, which is: hide-decorations. shoudn't be too hard to implement, because it's omitting stuff...
If you got a patch, PLEASE consider it.
keep up the good work on the one and only usable DE out there left...
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