Fix the logic for Maximize / Minimize
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Authored by tcanabrava on Mon, May 20, 2:37 PM.

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The old logic is good but the splitters don't hide
themselves if all children is hidden, so we need to
hide them again.

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The terminals seems a bit "cut" after restoration (this actually hits me with anything that shows / hides a session. @hindenburg any hint to fix this behavior completely?

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This doesn't seem to maximize now. I'm not clear on why the splits need a maximize. I can't figure how to un-maximize the view.

As far as the 'cutting', yes I notice it as well when having text on the screen and doing a split-view. The old code had the same issue.

Current behavior (that another patch is there to fix) uses two accelerators. one to maximize, another one to restore.
Maximize is ctrl + shift + e, and restore is ctrl + sift + -. I know, horrible shortcuts, but I just compilled and tested, and the behavior is correct now.
The other patch handles transforming this to a toggle, so maximize and restore will work with ctrl + shift + e. (or any other sane shortcut)

tcanabrava abandoned this revision.Mon, Jun 3, 2:13 PM

Moving to gitlab