Why livewallpaper process isn't kill when I disable it with the indicator ?

Asked by leosw on 2012-11-03

When I switch livewallpaper off with my livewallpaper-indicator, the livewallpaper process is not killed.
But if I kill it (with system-monitor), it will be started when I turn it on via indicator.

Why it isn't killed (because use a little part of my RAM and CPU) ?

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2012-11-03
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2012-11-04
Maximilian Schnarr (fyrmir) said : #1

Killing and restarting the livewallpaper means generating thousands of stars, creating a desktop window and doing all those other things required to show the wallpaper. It means also getting a completely "new" wallpaper because it would not continue the previously visible state of the wallpaper. That's the reason why it only hides the wallpaper instead of killing the application.

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