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2005-12-17 02:18:48 -08:00
From: Matias Grana <matiasg@dm.uba.ar>
To: Enlightenment users list <enlightenment-users@lists.sourceforge.net>
Subject: [e-users] bug in e17?
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 16:41:49 -0300
Sender: enlightenment-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net
I think I've found a bug, which I can reproduce as follows:
open konqueror (maybe other kde applications work too, i don't know).
open a web page on it.
open the 'print...' dialog
tell it to print it to a file
click on the folder icon, to browse for the file to print it to
select a file and press save
click AGAIN on the folder icon.
The browser opens, but it does as an iconized window.
I just recompiled code from cvs to be sure it wasn't fixed. If I can be
of more help on this, tell me so.
From: Kim Woelders <kim@woelders.dk>
To: enlightenment-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [E-devel] Re: bugs with iconification/deiconification in e17.
Date: Fri, 02 Dec 2005 19:14:46 +0100
Sender: enlightenment-devel-admin@lists.sourceforge.net
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
> On Fri, 02 Dec 2005 09:19:20 +0200 <vkojouharov@gmail.com>
> babbled:
>>On Thu, 2005-12-01 at 18:26 +0100, Kim Woelders wrote:
>>>Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
>>>>On Wed, 30 Nov 2005 19:44:37 +0200
>>>><vkojouharov@gmail.com> babbled:
>>>>>The other app is with deiconifying a window. Some programs (actually,
>>>>>only alltray comes to mind right now) use xlib to do the whole
>>>>>iconification thing. For the alltray instance, it seems to use
>>>>>XSetWMHints, set the state to NormalState, and basically that's it. And
>>>>>it seems to work for a lot of window managers too, so that must be a
>>>>>proper way to do it. But that doesn't work for e17, and the window stays
>>>>e waits for a map request. it doesnt respond to a change in hints for a
>>>>map. we can make it do so though :) i will write these down in the TODO.
>>>I don't think a client can deiconify by changing a hint. e16 doesn't but
>>>does work with alltray. The normal way is to map the client window. In
>>>some cases clients send a _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW message, but IIRC always to
>>>deiconify some other client as in tasklist and pager type
>>I'm just curious here, what does alltray use to deiconify a window? cuz
>>that's the only relevant thing I could find in the code
> it prbably SHOULD use XMapWindow() or XMapRaised()
After having taken a peek at what is does in e16.8 on "alltray xterm",
the short version is that it uses XMapWindow() to map the client (which
actually is an alltray window containing the reparented real client)
first time. After that, when having been iconified, it sends a
_NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW client message to deiconify.
dj2 raster, heres an interesting bug for you
dj2 i have twinview setup on my box
dj2 i can move the mouse between the 2 heads and e17 sees tehm as 2 heads
dj2 (2 pages etc)
dj2 if i try to drag a window between the 2 heads (say from left to right)
the mouse will lmove as expected
dj2 but when the window hits the right edge of the left monitor it will
appear again off the left edge of the left monitor
dj2 tho the mouse is now on the right monitor
raster xdpyinfo
raster see how many screens u have
raster screen #0:...
raster is there a screen #1 ?
dj2 number of screens: 2
dj2 yea screen #0 and screen #1
NB: in multihead if the mouse exits a screen during move or resize - either
disallow it (warp back to previous position ) or limit resize/move