Created attachment 837183 [details]
Emacs without window manager border
Description of problem:
When I start emacs the window manager border disappears after a period of time (seems to stay if mouse is not over emacs window). This is running under KDE (kwin). Not seeing this behaviour with any other applications.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start emacs under KDE.
2. Move mouse over emacs window.
If present, the window manager border disappears.
The window manager border doesn't disappear.
No .emacs file and no .Xdefaults.
Didn't spot any similar bugs for either emacs or kde-workspace(kwin).
Confirm I see the same symptom. But only when emacs is run remotely via ssh -X. The window manager border and the minibuffer disappear.
Happens both on nouveau and on nvidia blob.
Does NOT happen under gnome.
Never happened before update to f20.
I rebuilt emacs from srpm changing toolkit to lucid, and it seems to be working fine.
Confirmed in KDE with F20 x86_64 when running locally (I have not tried
This problem makes emacs unusable (except than in terminal) as also minibuffer disappers.
This has now gone away for me on my two machines. I didn't notice what particular package was updated to "fix" this. At a first glance, 3 packages were updated that emacs directly depends on: libtiff, libselinux and dbus-libs. There didn't seem to be any obvious updates to KDE or its libs.
At least it works now!
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