Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1017909
Without the "--full-screen=auto-conf" switch, when you "Exit Fullscreen," that closes all full-screens
Last modified: 2014-01-21 09:47:22 EST
Description of problem:
Installed mingw-virt-viewer on the Windows 8 client, and edited the remote-viewer properties to have the Target executable just "remote-viewer" without having the "--full-screen=auto-conf" part of the command-line. Then launch the remote viewer icon from the Windows 8 desktop and input the URI:port of the VM I want to connect to.
When I get both displays in windowed mode, I then put them both in full-screen. Then I would go to one of the tabs that each full-screen has to exit full-screen and left-click it to exit that display to a windowed mode. Since the "--full-screen=auto-conf" is not used, this should exit the singular display to windowed mode leaving the other display still in full-screen. However, clicking the one "Exit Fullscreen" tab, brings the other full-screen display to a windowed screen.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Windows 8.1x64 - client
Windows 7x64 - guest
Steps to Reproduce:
1. See Above
Fixed by upstream
window: leave fullscreen on current window
Since fdaa9b0ca, virt-viewer allows to fullscreen a single window. It
feels more symetric to leave a single window from fullscreen as well,
unless the application was started in fullscreen.
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