that does look real uncomfortable tho.
(or does not not ship with pleromafe?)
@oct2pus @Dee "client side decoration" in gtk-speak usually refers to merged title bar with app header bar. it's absolutely not the norm on any platform; pretty much every single platform has title bars by default. the exception tends to be chrome/firefox and also professional software like adobe cc, solidworks, etc (basically software which use their own gui frameworks)
also some of the newer macOS apps adopt that pattern (usually media-heavy ones), but some retain a title bar
the application renders its own windows, every single Native MacOS application renders its own windows regardless of it has buttons in the draggable space or not.
@oct2pus wait file explorer is more of an overlay. but also vs code just has a plain title bar https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e9/VS_Code_%28Insiders%29.png
i don't know what you mean by
"wait file explorer is more of an overlay." because it reads like it was a part of a greater sentence. My point is it has buttons, that are in the title bar.
its a toggle in the settings thats off by default on linux iirc. And can't be enabled on MacOS because its redundant on that platform.
UWP apps also draw their own titlebars.
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@oct2pus even if you're talking about the specific details of clientside vs serverside drawing, the "default" is still to let the window manager draw the title bar in most cases
I really think about it more as "if else" than either 'default' or 'backup' though, since the distinction really isn't a big deal to me, the end user.
I probably should've used "Has native implementations for" rather than "norm" since I was not trying to invoke quantitative, just "uncontroversial".