what client message for window movement and resize?

what client message for window movement and resize?

Post by free_co » Sun, 28 Jul 2002 17:25:55



as you know,when client include the atom WM_DELETE_WINDOW in the
WM_PROTOCOLS property ,the window manager will send a WM_DELETE_WINDOW
mesage to client.Thus the client can decide how to respond to the
message.

when it comes to move/resize a window,does window manager send some
message to client too?

if not,is there some other way to prevent client from being moved and
resized?

 
 
 

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I've been asked to think about how to make a computer (running Linux or NT; the app runs
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where it must not be possible to access anything but the application that is open on the
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difficult to do, seeing that the keyboard would be locked away anyway. In other words, all
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app, or if that's not possible, restart the app whenever it's being closed (run it from
inittab with respawn??) from within.

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