…mode is changed
…in Mint 14 (GTK3.6?)
other Cinnamon utilities. Give it a .desktop file so it gets the nice rendering.
case if the initial (fast) lookup doesn't yield any results. The benefit of this is we won't have to rename all our .desktop files for mint programs. The downside is that unexpected things might happen if for some reason you have duplicate .desktop files that differ only in character cases (not likely).
this stuff out in our menus and such, we should track them from a window/system point of view though.
…pp lookup. The WM_CLASS is set to the app full name (i.e. cinnamon-settings.py) and then it uses that to try to find the app during certain operations. It appends .desktop to that string, and searches for the desktop entry, and, of course, does not find it. app-system: check settings hash table for app as well as the normal table, when doing a search. All of this goes towards addressing the problem with cinnamon and mint applications showing up as pixelated in the alt-tab view.
Disable the StScrollView fade effect when in zoom mode, as it interferes with proper function of the magnifier in the region of the screen that originally contained the scroll view.
Some GTK versions allow a single tap of a modifier to act as a keybinding, while pure Gnome GTK does not.
…ons in sub-categories or featuring malformed desktop files (https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=781074 and https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=781074).