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Description of problem:
I work with text a lot. Maximize vertically is *important* in my
environment. Toggle vertially would be prefered, but I can't find a
way to do that :(
Problem: I've bound "Maximize vertically" to a shortcut key. On left
monitor "Maximize vertically" works fine, on right monitor "Maximize
vertically" zooms to size of entire screen (normal maximize). Clicking
the "Maximize" icon on the window causes window to resize to "Maximize
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
metacity-2.4.34-3 (I think)
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Preferences->Keyboard Shortcuts->Window Management->Maximize window
vertically, bound to <Mod4>Up (Windows Up)
2.Open xterm, move to left monitor
3.<Mod4>Up, click maximize icon
Actual Results: Window maximized to entire screen on <Mod4)Up then
reverted to maximized vertially state on clicking maximize icon.
Expected Results: Window should have maximized vertially on <Mod4>Up
then maximized to entire screen on clicking maximize icon.
Please reopen if still present in Fedora Core 2.
I'll check for the bug when the machine is updated
to Fedora. I don't know when that will happen.
The relevant code is completely different now from RHL9, and no other
reports here or at gnome.org, so will assume this is gone. I don't
have the right Xinerama setup readily available to test.