|Subject:||Re: Window manager interaction|
|Date:||Sun, 18 Oct 2009 17:00:59 +0200|
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yes, you are correct. The application's behaviour should be respected. If not, the interface style should be. I suggest that your "YES" default instead of "NO" could be extended to mac-style menus and not win95 only?If the application delegate responds to -applicationShouldOpenUntitledFile the result is of course always respected (and guess you've implemented it in PRICE). What I've done is just to change the default behavior for a document based application if that delegate method is not implemented. GNUstep was handling this case as NO, whereas Mac OS X considers this as YES for a document based application. All I did was to implement the OS X behavior, which I find more reasonable and which seems better suited for a Windows like environment anyway.
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