20000100806/Linux. I use FVWM2 as my window manager, which allows me to set per-window resources, assuming there is a way to distinguish between window types. I can do this with Netscape, as different windows have different "Class" and "Resource" values. For example, I can do things to the Netscape find and error windows with a line like this: Style "*_popup" StaysOnTop With Mozilla, all of the windows (main, find, open location) have a "Class" and "Resource ID" of "Mozilla-bin". Could this be changed to something unique?
over to toolkit.
I'm clarifying the summary & marking NEW, but that sounds an awful lot like Motif-type stuff.
It is not a motif feature. Quite a few window managers allow this, for instance to keep an app on one workspace. That doesn't work with mozilla. It does work with for instance GNOME apps. Confirmed Linux 2000110206
dup of bug 29856 "*nix only : Window Class the same for all mozilla windows" *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 29856 ***