Backdrop under Ubuntu Linux

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 14 13:55:02 EST 2013


Hi All,

Looks like there is consensus...

If a developer needs a backdrop, it´s easier
to create your own backdrop...

http://runtime-revolution.278305.n4.nabble.com/backdrop-td289119.html

Xavier Bury:
-- untested but it should work... 

constant backdropfilename="mybackdrop.rev" 

on resume 
  if there is not a stack backdropfilename then 
    open stack backdropfilename -- substack of me 
    set the rect of stack backbackdropfilenamedrop to the screenrect 
  end if 
  go to me 
end resume 

on suspend 
  -- save anything? 
  hide stack backdropfilename 
end suspend 
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http://runtime-revolution.278305.n4.nabble.com/Backdrop-hiding-standalone-window-td346479.html

Richmond Mathewson answers:

if you really feel the urge to have some sort of backdrop 
use a vast substack with a neutral colour/texture that gets "pushed" 
to the back when it is opened; make sure it stays there even when 
end-users click on it: 

http://mathewson.110mb.com/FILEZ/Backdrop-O-Matic.rev.zip

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Al





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