Quote Originally Posted by schmalzler View Post
Woho, so from 3.8, gnome has one executable, that serves as desktop, window manager, compositor (all these already in <=3.6) and (new) screensaver. Long live modularity!
And the "inhibition" thing drove me crazy when using vlc in kde. All those damn answers from vlc-devs "it's kde's fault, not our", when kde supported the most recent inhibition draft. And now finally gnome will support it - and magically it will work on kde :/
Ah, so since the Qt app, which should work so well across all platforms, has problems on the Qt based desktop, CLEARLY Gnome is to blame.
When are we going to learn? Gnome needs to go. Forget the two state solution. The problem is the two desktop state of affairs.